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From DNA to protein - 3D


From DNA to protein - 3D

This 3D animation shows how proteins are made in the cell from the information in the DNA code.

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Protein synthesis animation

Four videos combined in a single video to make it easy to understand protein synthesis in a living cell. It is indeed a very complex process. Only reading texts often isn't enough for better understanding of the topic.
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From DNA to Protein

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From the PBS program DNA The Secret of Life.

From DNA to Protein - How proteins are made in the cell from the information in the DNA code

This 3D animation shows how proteins are made in the cell from the information in the DNA code.
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Transcription and Translation: From DNA to Protein

Ok, so everyone knows that DNA is the genetic code, but what does that mean? How can some little molecule be a code that makes a single cell develop into a giraffe, or a monkey, or Tony Danza? Within this clip lie the answers, child!

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From DNA to protein - 3D

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Protein Synthesis (Updated)

Explore the steps of transcription and translation in protein synthesis! This video explains several reasons why proteins are so important before explaining the roles of mRNA, rRNA, and tRNA in the steps of protein synthesis! Expand details for contents and resources. ????Video handouts and resources on This video replaces our old protein synthesis video:

Table of Contents:
00:00 Intro
0:46 Why are proteins important?
1:48 Introduction to RNA
2:22 Steps of Protein Synthesis
2:43 Transcription
3:54 Translation
6:08 Introduction to mRNA Codon Chart
7:51 Quick Summary Image

Vocabulary in this video includes DNA, mRNA, rRNA, and tRNA. This video mentions that proteins can be made of 1 or more polypeptide chains and that proteins typically experience folding and other modifications (to be functional proteins.) Codons and the amino acids they code for are represented by standard charts that can be found in the public domain. While the rectangle chart is the common format, there may be other ways to represent the information. P.S. If learning about mutations, check out this cool codon chart that includes mutations(!!) in the public domain:

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DNA replication - 3D

This 3D animation shows you how DNA is copied in a cell. It shows how both strands of the DNA helix are unzipped and copied to produce two identical DNA molecules.

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The Central Dogma: DNA to proteins (an animated lecture video)

This animated lecture video discusses the central dogma of molecular biology, how DNA codes for RNA and proteins. Designed for collegiate level introductory science classes, topics include: DNA, RNA, proteins, nucleotides, amino acids, phosphodiester linkages, peptide bonding, and a historical perspective of the discovery of DNA secondary structure by Chargaff, Franklin, Watson and Crick.

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Transcription (DNA to mRNA)

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From DNA to protein 3D

What is a Protein? Learn about the 3D shape and function of macromolecules

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Proteins play countless roles throughout the biological world, from catalyzing chemical reactions to building the structures of all living things.

Despite this wide range of functions all proteins are made out of the same twenty amino acids, but combined in different ways. The way these twenty amino acids are arranged dictates the folding of the protein into its unique final shape. Since protein function is based on the ability to recognize and bind to specific molecules, having the correct shape is critical for proteins to do their jobs correctly.

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Animation by Maria Voigt, narration by Monica Sekharan

Mecanismo de transcrição em 3D. Do Dna à proteina


From DNA to Proteins

A review activity for Biology students.
If you know a sequence of DNA you should be able to transcribe it to mRNA. Then Translate the mRNA to Amino Acids.

DNA Transcription (Basic)

Transcription is the process by which the information in DNA is copied into messenger RNA (mRNA) for protein production.
Originally created for DNA Interactive ( ).
TRANSCRIPT: What you are about to see is DNA's most extraordinary secret — how a simple code is turned into flesh and blood. It begins with a bundle of factors assembling at the start of a gene. A gene is simply a length of DNA instructions stretching away to the left. The assembled factors trigger the first phase of the process, reading off the information that will be needed to make the protein. Everything is ready to roll: three, two, one, GO! The blue molecule racing along the DNA is reading the gene. It's unzipping the double helix, and copying one of the two strands. The yellow chain snaking out of the top is a copy of the genetic message and it's made of a close chemical cousin of DNA called RNA. The building blocks to make the RNA enter through an intake hole. They are matched to the DNA - letter by letter - to copy the As, Cs, Ts and Gs of the gene. The only difference is that in the RNA copy, the letter T is replaced with a closely related building block known as U. You are watching this process - called transcription - in real time. It's happening right now in almost every cell in your body.

DNA Mutation 3D Animation

First-ever look at a true 3D model of DNA replication/repair. This project was done in Maya under the direction of a pre-med student and instructor. Hopefully, this simple illustration helps give you a better idea of how our bodies work!

Creating Three Dimensional Structures - DNA, RNA and Protein Formation (7/7)

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How protein chains form into three dimensional structures, and the role of ribosomes in protein synthesis.

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