RNA splicing is a post-transcriptional mRNA alteration. This is done to edit the non-coding sequences out of the RNA for the creation of the mature mRNA product. This process is carried out using a large protein complex known as spliceosome.
Which of the following statements regarding RNA splicing is false?
A. Splicing is performed by the spliceosome.
B. Alternative splicing enables one gene to code for more than one protein.
C. Splicing takes place in the nucleus.
D. Splicing produces mature mRNA by removing exons and joining introns together.
E. Splicing is catalzed ribozymes in the spliceosome.
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