RNA Splicing: involves removal of introns and recombining exons
Which of the following is a characteristic of RNA splicing in Eukaryotes?
A) It involves recognition of sequence-specific intron/exon boundary sites by cytoplasmic proteins
B) Exon/intron boundaries are typically characterized by a 5' GU splice junction and a 3' AG splice junction.
C) It involves removal of introns from a gene sequence followed by transcription and subsequent splicing of exons.
D) After splicing occurs, the U1, U2, U5, U6 snRNP complex removes remaining exons for degradation.
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