What is mRNA?
mRNA molecules are copies of instructions saved in our DNA.
mRNAs are produced in our body to serve as templates (recipes) to produce proteins.
DNA stores instructions for proteins in the nucleus
mRNA is a temporary set of instructions for cells to make proteins
Proteins form the basis of life by performing the functions required by every cell
mRNA has also emerged as both a disruptive and highly promising technology providing access to new class of medicines