Pre-mRNA is the initial RNA transcript from any gene prior to processing. Three major modifications occur before it can leave the nucleus and be translated into a protein in eukaryotes – the capping, poly(A)-tail, and splicing.
In Eukaryotes, what are the 3 modifications between the initial transcription of a premRNA and the time it leaves the nucleus. What are they?
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