Question by nitsujnogara: Why is the process of translation unequaled with the use of RNA?
Here’s the full question. The process of translation is unique in that the role of RNA is central and some of the RNA has catalytic effect in the process. Contrast translation with other enzyme mediated processes in the cell such as replication or transcription. Highlight the role of RNA in translation.

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Answer by aditya raj
RNA has an unique role in translastion only because of its catalytic properties. Also the ribosomal RNA involved in the process of translation helps in the formation of peptide bond between the amino acids. This process is catalysed by RNA itself.

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