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2-kb transcripts were detected with the exon 4 probe. The translational status of the different IGF-II mRNAs was determined by isolation of polysomes from detergent-lysed IN 157 cells. 2-kb transcript co-migrated with the monosome fraction. 8-kb transcript was associated with membrane-bound and not "free" polysomes, whereas the other transcripts were free in the cytoplasm. 2-kb transcripts was not sensitive to EDTA indicating that they are not associated with ribosomes or their subunits, but are present in stable cytoplasmic particles not directly engaged in protein synthesis.
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