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There are 3 Kind of Introns: Group I, II and III Group II are ribozymes with self catalytic activities which utilize self splicing.
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- ↑ Hogg R, McGrail JC, O'Keefe RT.(Aug 2010) The function of the NineTeen Complex (NTC) in regulating spliceosome conformations and fidelity during pre-mRNA splicing. Biochem Soc Trans. 38(4):1110-5.
- ↑ Berg, J., Tymoczko, J. and Stryer, L. 2012. Biochemistry. Basingstoke: W. H. Freeman. P136