Nisarg Asked a Question
June 3, 2021 3:53 pmpts 30 pts
as we know RBCs don't have nucleus and DNA, but still they have essential RNAs that are translated in RBCs so my question is from where these mRNAs come and also the proteins required for translation, how are they produced in RBCs?
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    Basically red blood cells lack an nucleus and most organelles to have more space for hemoglobine to increase oxygen transportation capacity. Essential mRNAs will be still present i...
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