Non-coding DNA

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Non-coding DNA are stretches of DNA that do not carry the information necessary to make a protein. Non-coding regions found within genes are referred to as "introns" and are removed during processing of the RNA strand made during transcription but before translation.

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http://www.genome.gov/glossary.cfm?key=non%2Dcoding%20DNA

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