Explain the process of making heterogeneous nuclear RNA (hnRNA) into a fully functional mRNA in eukaryotes. Where does this process occur in the cell?
Asked by anubhutiupadhaya | 15th Mar, 2019, 02:52: PM
1.Capping at the 5′end: Addition of guanosine triphosphate to the 5′end of hnRNA
2.Tailing at the 3′end: Addition of 200–300 adenylate residues at the 3′end of hnRNA
3.Splicing: Removal of introns and joining the exon segments of the transcript
It takes place in the nucleus.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 16th Mar, 2019, 08:14: PM
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