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Unfortunately it is often taught that mRNA is linear, but this is not true at all. Nucleotides within mRNA can form intra-molecular hydrogen bonds with other nucleotides, creating secondary structures, interactions between these secondary structures results in tertiary structures. mRNAs have highly variable secondary structures, primarily due to differences ...


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