RNA splicing

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splic·ing

(splīs'ing),
1. Attachment of one DNA molecule to another. Synonym(s): gene splicing
2. Removal of introns from mRNA precursors and the reattachment or annealing of exons. Synonym(s): RNA splicing
3. Posttranslational modification of a protein involving two proteolytic enzymes and one ligation; results in the removal of an internal sequence of amino acyl residues.

RNA splicing

(in molecular genetics) the process by which base pairs that interrupt the continuity of genetic information in deoxyribonucleic acid are removed from the precursors of messenger ribonucleic acid.

splic·ing

(splīs'ing)
1. Attachment of one DNA molecule to another.
Synonym(s): gene splicing.
2. Removal of introns from mRNA precursors and the reattachment or annealing of exons.
Synonym(s): RNA splicing.

splic·ing

(splīs'ing)
1. Attachment of one DNA molecule to another.
Synonym(s): gene splicing.
2. Removal of introns from mRNA precursors and the reattachment or annealing of exons.
Synonym(s): RNA splicing.

RNA splicing,

n the process by which base pairs that interrupt the continuity of genetic information in deoxyribonucleic acid are removed from the precursors of messenger ribonucleic acid.