spliceosome

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splic·e·o·some

(splīs'ē-ō-sōm'),
A specialized structure that participates in the removal of introns and resplicing of remaining exons of mRNA; in addition to the mRNA primary transcript, at least four small nuclear RNAs (snRNAs) and some proteins are involved.
[splice + -some]

spliceosome

(splīs′ə-sōm′)
n.
A nucleoprotein particle that aids in the splicing of messenger RNA in eukaryotes.

spliceosome

molecular complex, including SMALL NUCLEAR RNAs/SMALL NUCLEAR RIBONUCLEOPROTEINS, essential to SPLICING.

spliceosome

a ribonucleoprotein complex involved in the splicing of RNA.