Alternative splicing

can someone explain alternative splicing again

There is one section of DNA, containing introns and exons. Different introns can be spliced out to produce different resulting proteins

genes on rna being move around resulting In different proteins they are the same genes but in different orders which lead to a different function of the protein… ?

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