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1. The type of intron excision that occurs in rRNA is
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There are several RNAs that are transcribed in the nucleus.
They are all exported out of the nucleus except one. Which of
the following transcripts remains in the nucleus?
The dinucleotide sequences at 5 (GT) and 3? (AG) ends of
introns are needed for the effective carrying out of which of
the following?
removal of exons
removal of introns
attachment of 5' 7-methyl guanosine cap
exporting of mRNA out of the nucleus

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