An RNA transcript contains 2000 nucleotide units. However, only 1100 are used in its translation to create a polypeptide. Explain what happened.

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absence of RNA nucleotides
by: Kamaran

RNA loses its nucleotides during three phases: the first is 5' cap and then cutting 3' polyadinylation the third one is splicing introns then remains exone only which make the RNA lose 900 nucleotides. If this loses does not happen we will get a desired protein.

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