How does the RNA leave the nucleus

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How does the RNA leave the nucleus

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When the mRNA exits the nucleus  the nuclear pores, into the cytoplasm for translation. Turns RNA into proteins to occurs in the cytoplasm, with the assistance of ribosomes on the rough Endoplasmic reticulum.

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