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A month ago
A geneticist induces a mutation in eukaryote cells. The mutation results in an inability to form the poly(A) tail during processing of pre-mRNA. What does this mean for the mature mRNA and what will be the effect on these cells?


The mRNA will not be cleaved.
The mRNA will have too many Gs and Cs.
The mRNA will likely be degraded.
The mRNA will be spliced, but will not have a 5' cap.
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A month ago
i think The mRNA will likely be degraded.
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