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Problem: siRNAs and miRNAs are produced by the a. cutting and processing of double-stranded RNA by Slicer enzymes. b. cleavage of pre-mRNA in the nucleus. c. cleavage of functional mRNA within the cytoplasm. d. cutting and processing of double-stranded RNA by Dicer enzymes. e. cleavage of RISCs by endonucleases.

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siRNAs and miRNAs are produced by the 

a. cutting and processing of double-stranded RNA by Slicer enzymes. 

b. cleavage of pre-mRNA in the nucleus. 

c. cleavage of functional mRNA within the cytoplasm. 

d. cutting and processing of double-stranded RNA by Dicer enzymes. 

e. cleavage of RISCs by endonucleases.

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