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ng cell's MRNA contains both introns and exons, humans does have mechanisms to remove introns however, and bacteria does not. Thus to get exactly same you.
19. Consider Figure 4. The G/C rich region followed by the U rich region on the transcript is shown. The G/C rich region is self-
complementary and eventually forms a hairpin loop destabilizing the complex and facilitating termination. Are all G/C rich regions
self-complementary? Can you think of an example in which a G/C rich region is not self-complementary?
20. Rho can assume an open and closed conformation similar to a lock washer as shown in Figure 5. While carrying out its function,
Rho is in the closed confirmation. If that is the case, then why is the open confirmation needed?
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