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1. GT-AG rule
This is the observation that all intron s in DNA begin with the nucleotide s of "GT" ( guanine , thymine ) and end with the nucleotides "AG" ( adenine , guanine). When the DNA is transcribed into RNA , the introns are removed from the RNA by a mechanism which recognizes these beginning and ending nucleotides - in the RNA they would be "CU" ( cytosine , uracil ) and "AC" (adenine, cytosine).

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