Gene to Protein
(L = Latin, G = Greek, F = French, Ge = German, U = Unknown Origin)
anti = opposite of (G); code = book of laws (L)
code = book of laws (L)
ex = to remove, or unload (L)
helix = twisted, curved (G); case = to fall or break up (G)
intron is from intragenic = within genes (?); on = part (G)
poly = many adenylations (many adenines)
post = after, translation
promote = to advance, move forward (L); er = one who (L)
repress = to hold back (L); er = one who (L)
trans = to copy or create again (L); scribe = write (L)
trans = to copy or create again (L); ation = quality or state (G)
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