RNA processing involve a number of modifications of the pre-mRNA molecule to create the mature mRNA ready for translation. Thus, this processes do not actually concern the actual translation process. Simply put, these are just the processes after transcription prior to translation.
During "RNA processing"
A. all of the exons are removed and discarded
B. the RNA molecule is made from a DNA template
C. introns are cut from the RNA and the exons are spliced together
D. the RNA molecule is translated into a protein molecule
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