Portion of the DNA sequence that codes for the protein parts of the gene.
those pieces of a eukaryotic gene that need to be transcribed and translated
Segments of a eukaryotic gene that encodes mRNA. In DNA, exons are adjacent to non-coding DNA segments, called introns.
The coding sections of eukarotic genes, separated by introns.
DNA segments of a gene that encode the amino acid sequence of a protein.
DNA sequences that are transcribed into protein structures.
Segments of DNA of eukaryotic genes that is transcribed and subsequently translated into a protein. Those segments of a gene that are expressed.
The segment of a gene present in mature mRNA transcripts that specify the amino acid sequence of a polypeptide during translation; exons of a gene are linked together by mRNA splicing.
The portion of a gene which is eventually expressed in a protein product. ( See also introns.) Back to the top of this page G - I
The protein- coding DNA sequences of a gene. Compare introns.
the portion of a eukaryotic gene that is expressed; exons are divided from eachother by introns.
The protein-coding sequences of genes. Exons only comprise about 10% of the human genome. See introns.