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After transcription takes place, what happens to the introns that were taken out? In school we learneed about DNA and how it contains some extra nucleotides called introns. To replicate and produce amino acids these introns have to be taken out. My fellow classmates and I have always wondered what happens to those nucleotides that are taken out. We all had our own theories but we dismissed them. Can you tell us where they go and of what use they to the cell. sincerely, allen chang tami lieuw scott sugioka noah davidson c/o Ms. St john firstname.lastname@example.org
Re: After transcription takes place, what happens to the introns that were
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