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Flow diagram of the transport and modification of a protein after it has been made in the Ribosome.
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TranscriptionCreation of mRNA in the nucleus
TranslationCreation of proteins on the ribosome
More detail on protein synthesis in other resources
Protein moves through rough ER, developing its 3D stucture
Protein formed moves into rER and travel through membrane bound sacs of the rER
When protein reaches the end of the membrane bound sac, vesicles are pinched off the end of the rER.
Vesicles form to fuse flattened sacs of the golgi apparatus
Transport vesicles move the 3D protein to the Goglgi apparatus.
Proteins move through the golgi and are modified.
Vesicles containing the modified protein are pinched off the golgi
Vesicles fuse with cell membrane and proteins are released.
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