Protein coding genes

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&nbsp;Protien coding genes make up about 1% of the DNA<ref>Genetic literacy project. How much of human DNA is doing something? 2014. Available from https://geneticliteracyproject.org/2014/08/05/how-much-of-human-dna-is-doing-something/</ref>. They are also known as&nbsp;[[Exons]].  
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Protien coding [[genes|genes]] make up about 1% of the [[DNA|DNA]]<ref>Genetic literacy project. How much of human DNA is doing something? 2014. Available from https://geneticliteracyproject.org/2014/08/05/how-much-of-human-dna-is-doing-something/</ref>. They are also known as&nbsp;[[Exons]].<br>
  
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Protien coding genes make up about 1% of the DNA[1]. They are also known as Exons.

References

  1. Genetic literacy project. How much of human DNA is doing something? 2014. Available from https://geneticliteracyproject.org/2014/08/05/how-much-of-human-dna-is-doing-something/
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