Hnrna



hnRNA (āch’ěn-är’ěn-ā’)
n.
An extrachromosomal RNA molecule found in the nucleus, especially RNA transcribed from DNA rather than other RNA and the proteins produced from such RNA.
heterogeneous nuclear RNA

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