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10 May, 17:20

Would a double stranded RNA derived from an intron be able to induce RNA interference? Briefly explain.

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  1. 10 May, 19:12
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    The double stranded RNA are usually small interfering RNA's and cannot induce RNA interference due to the change in flexible characteristics. In order to induce RNA interference more rigidity of the double stranded RNAs would be required.

    Thus a double stranded RNA derived from intron would not be able to induce RNA interference.
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