What is RNA Splicing? Separating the Signal From the Noise

Find out what is RNA splicing, and how our body can separate the signal from the noise to ensure our cells can function properly

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Our DNA sequence encodes information to make proteins. However, this video reveals that the protein coding information in genes (exons) can be interrupted by non-coding information (introns) that needs to be removed by the process of RNA splicing. Find out what this means for our biology!

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