snRNPs: small nuclear ribonucleoproteins; combination of snRNA and proteins used in splicing
A snRNP is best described as _________.
A) a specific sequence of 7 bases in the mRNA transcript.
B) small RNAs associated with protein complexes in the nucleus.
C) the loop structure that forms when two exons are brought into close proximity.
D) short mRNA transcripts combined with nuclear protein complexes.
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