What is the role of nucleic acids in protein biosynthesis?

1) DNA contains information on the primary structure of protein molecules.
2) This information is transferred to the i-RNA molecule, which transfers it from the nucleus to the ribosome, i.e. i-RNA serves as a matrix for the assembly of protein molecules.
3) T-RNAs attach amino acids and deliver them to the site of protein synthesis – to the ribosome.

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