Central Dogma of Molecular Biology. Definition

Medical Definition: Central Dogma of Molecular Biology

Formulated by Crick, which postulates that the genetic information contained in the chromosomes determines the protein synthesis by translating an RNA intermediate mold, previously formed by transcription of DNA. It also satisfies the assumption made earlier by Beadle, Tatum and Horowitz that one gene = one enzyme. It has two cases that are beyond the rule of reverse transcription in reaction supplementary two-way and apparently prions.

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