Open reading frame

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An open reading frame is a part of the sequence that contains no Stop codons. It reads in 5' to 3' direction of DNA sequence. It is mainly used in order to find protein coding regions of DNA . A long Open Reading frame is not conclusive evidence of a protein coding region, but along with other evidence it is an important consideration. 

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