What Is Central Dogma In Molecular Biology?

The central dogma was discovered by Francis’ Crick in the year 1958. It is the conversion of DNA instructions into proteins. According to central dogma, the genetic information flows from DNA to RNA to form a functional product, protein. 

The DNA gets converted into RNA by the process of transcription. This RNA forms proteins by the process of translation. 

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