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||"So how long does it take an mRNA (or mRNP) to reach the nuclear
periphery? Considering that mRNAs move by Brownian motion, the
transit time of an mRNP across a typical mammalian cell nucleus
(7 µm in diameter) was calculated to be in the range of 2–6 min
[primary source]." mRNP="Messenger RNP (messenger ribonucleoprotein)=mRNA with bound proteins. (wiki)"