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I know the difference between these types, but why isn't human RNA polycistronic?

If bacteria had evolved this capability, why wouldn't we?
 

Rom1pd

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Humans have evolved more complex ways for regulating transcription.... with methylation/acetylation of histones, transcription factors, etc.... But you don't need to know poly/monocistronic for the MCAT
 
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