Is Every Protein The Same?

Between the reading of the stored information and the actual protein there are several steps. There could be a protein to protein variation when there are a few changes when proteins are produced. Such steps are reading of the information and synthesis into the mRNA, the reading of mRNA and the synthesis of the amino acid chain and its eventual folding into the mature protein. As a result, not every protein is essentially the same, although it is composed of the same blueprint.

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