I know it sounds like a stupid question. Obviously, tRNAs and rRNAs, for example, form loops and could therefore be considered as dsRNAs... but are they really considered as such?
Are there examples of RNAs, in eukaryotic cells, that could be considered exclusively as dsRNAs, or are dsRNAs considered as unique to certain viruses?
Thanks in advance for your help. I couldn't find a clear answer to that question in my textbooks and on the internet, so I hope you can help.