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What are introns and exons?

Introns are intervening sequenceof DNA; does NOT code for a protein. . Exons are expressed squence of DNA; codesfor a protein.
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What is an exon?

An exon is a nucleic acid sequence that is represented in a matureform of an RNA molecule.

What are exons and introns?

Exons are sequences on the primary transcript, or pre-mRNA (or the DNA sequence from which it is transcribed), that remain in the RNA after RNA processing. Introns are seque (MORE)

What is exon skipping?

Exon skipping, also known as alternative splicing is a process whereby the exons are cut from a genetic sequence (pre-mRNA or hnRNA) and rearranged multiple ways into differen (MORE)
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What is exon?

Exons are a sequence of DNA that codes for protein synthesis that is transcribed to messenger RNA. Using these exons in different ways can produce different proteins from the (MORE)

Why are exons important?

Exons code for proteins. Exons are parts of DNA that are convertedinto mature messenger RNA.. From there, mRNA undergoes translationwhere mRNA is used to synthesize proteins.
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Is an exon part of an intron?

No. Those are two different parts of pre-mRNA before the transcription is finished. The intron is the non coded region, and is therefore spliced out of the mRNA. The coding (MORE)

What is meant by primer needs to span exon-exon junction?

so that the primers for target mrna you are tyring to amplify forq-pcr/pcr does not also amplify genomic dna which might becontamination from your purification, because the gD (MORE)

What happens to exon?

When a gene is transcribed to for an mRNA molecule, introns are removed and exons stay to be reattached to from one linear mRNA molecule again. This final RNA sequence then ge (MORE)