cathyangs
  • cathyangs
Other than coding for proteins, what else does DNA do?
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chestercat
  • chestercat
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blues
  • blues
In addition to so called coding regions which correspond to sequences in proteins, DNA contains many non-coding regions. Many of these are involved in gene regulation. Other non-coding regions probably affect the structural organisation of DNA. The function of non-coding DNA is a poorly understood - but fascinating - subject in molecular biology.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Apart from the many interesting regulatory regions that blues correctly mentions, another thing to think about is where ribosomal and transfer RNA comes from, along with the small interfering RNA.

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