During cell division, DNA becomes equally distributed between the daughter cells. But how is RNA content distributed in the daughter cells?

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    $\begingroup$ I think you will have to be more specific with your question. Are you referring to some specific organism or cell type? Symmetric or asymmetric cell division? Are you interested in specific examples of uneven RNA distribution, or how RNA is generally distributed? My guess is that most RNA is equally distributed between daughter cells, but there are definitely examples of the opposite. ASH1 mRNA in budding yeast, for example. $\endgroup$
    – gaspanic
    Oct 11 '21 at 11:49

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