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Is every mRNA that codes for a single protein called as monocistronic? Is there any post-transcriptional mechanism involved in the production of monocistronic mRNA?
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Mainly monocistronic mRNA is present in eukaryotes ,& splicing is involved in removing intron part of RNA , its a way of post transcriptional modification. Its forms a single protein .
  




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