Asked • 06/05/19

Transport of newly synthesized proteins to cellular organelles?

In the nucleus the DNA is transcribed and processed to mRNA which is translated into proteins in the cytoplasm. What happens between the time a protein is made and that when it reaches the cellular organelle in which it functions? How is it transported to its destination?

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