Expression, Biology

To "express" a gene is to make it to function properly. A gene which encodes a protein will, when expressed, be transcribed or translated to produce that particular protein. A gene which encodes an RNA rather than the protein (for instance, a rRNA gene) will produce that RNA when expressed. 

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