Exon, Biology

Exon are those parts of a genomic DNA sequence which will be represented in final, mature mRNA t A contiguous segment of the genomic DNA which codes for a polypeptide in the gene.The term "exon" can also be taken in use for the equivalent segments in the final RNA. Exons might include coding sequences, the 5' untranslated areas or the 3' untranslated areas

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