Subject: Does the gene that codes for the splicing protein contain introns?
Date: Wed May 26 13:51:35 1999
Posted by Sean Andersen
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Area of science: Genetics
Anyway in my understanding of biochemistry a protein is needed to
remove the introns from the initial strand of RNA.
My question is does the gene coding the splicing protein
contain introns, and if so how are they removed when no protein
has yet been synthesised?
Re: Does the gene that codes for the splicing protein contain introns?
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