> the nucleus receives a chemical signal to make a specific protein.
> the DNA message for a specific protein is copied into a small molecule called ribonucleic acid or RNA.
> RNA leaves through a nuclear pore.
> the RNA message is delivered to the ribosome makes the protein.
> the manufactured protein enters the endoplasmic reticulum.
> a vesicle forms off the end of the endoplasmic reticulum and carries the protein to the Golgi Body.
> the Golgi body repackages the protein for transport out of the cell.
> a vesicle forms off the end of the Golgi body to carry the protein to the cell membrane.
> the vesicle attaches to the cell membrane, and its protein contents are released out of the cell.