Expressed sequence tag (est), Biology

Expressed sequence tag (EST) is the short part of DNA sequence of corresponding to the fragment of the complementary DNA (made from the cell's messenger RNA). ESTs have been taken in use to hunt for the genes, so hundreds of thousands are present in sequence of the databases. 

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