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exosome

(ĕk′sō-sōm′)
n.
1. A tiny vesicle created and released from the plasma membrane of various types of cells, especially immune cells, and capable of inducing antigen-specific immune responses.
2. A cellular protein complex containing enzymes that degrade nuclear and cytoplasmic RNA.

exosome

(ĕks′ō-sōm″) [″ + Gr. soma, body]
An intracellular complex that degrades and processes messenger RNA molecules.

exosome

a protein complex containing NUCLEASES involved in degrading mRNA in eukaryotes.
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