What is the answer for this genetics problem?
A geneticist isolates a gene that contains five exons. She then isolates the mature mRNA produced by this gene. After making the DNA single stranded, she mixes the single-stranded DNA and RNA. Some of the single-stranded DNA hybridizes (pairs) with the 1. A eukaryotic structural gene has two introns and three exons:
The GU at the 5? end of intron2 has been mutated so it is no longer recognized. What
would the mature mRNA look like in the wild type and in the mutant?