exon


ex·on

noun \ˈek-ˌsän\

Definition of EXON

: a polynucleotide sequence in a nucleic acid that codes information for protein synthesis and that is copied and spliced together with other such sequences to form messenger RNA—compare intron
ex·on·ic \ek-ˈsän-ik\ adjective

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