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Gene Splicing a post-transcriptional modification in which a single gene can code for multiple proteins. Gene splicing is done in eukaryotes, prior to mRNA translation, by the differential inclusion or exclusion of regions of pre-mRNA. Gene splicing is an important source of protein diversity. Hope this helps you
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