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Which of the following would be likely to reduce or prevent translation of a gene after it had been transcribed from the nucleus of a eukaryotic organism?
Select ALL that apply.
Production of an RNA identical to the template strand of the gene.
Production of an RNA identical to the RNA-like (negative) strand of the gene.
Binding of a protein to an exon, resulting in an alternate splicing.
Formation of hairpins or stem-loop structures in the RNA, dependent upon the speed at which it is being translated due to the presence or lack of certain amino acids.
Addition of a poly A tail to the mRNA.
Production of an RNA that binds, though imperfectly, to the mRNA.