Protein synthesis

DNA (Desoxyribonukleinsäure)
RNA (Ribonukleinsäure)

Crick Francis H. (1958). On protein synthesis. Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology, 12, 138–163.

Both DNA and RNA have been shown to carry some of the specificity for protein synthesis. […] It is remarkable that one can formulate principles such as the Sequence Hypothesis and the Central Dogma, which explain many striking facts and yet for which proof is completely lacking.