Definitions for "Splicing"
Keywords:  intron, exons, mrna, transcript, rna
A process during protein synthesis where the mRNA cuts out the intron sequences and strings together the exon (coding) sequences derived from a DNA template during transcription. Usually, eukaryotic genes consist of several exons/introns and sometimes not all exons are used in the final mature RNA. Ultimately, a single gene can be spliced into more than one mature mRNA producing splice variants. Splice variants give rise to proteins with different size and functionality.
The process where an intron is excised from a pre-RNA and the resulting exons are religated to form mRNA.
The removal of introns from the primary transcript of a discontinuous gene.
Keywords:  split, mode, spot, point
Split Point Spot Mode
Is used when an application requires a continuous seal
a naturally-occurring mechanism for generating protein complexity