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Gene regulation is the process of controlling which genes in a cell's DNA are turned 'on' (expressed) or 'off' (not expressed). By this process functional product such as a protein is created. Even though all the cells of an organism contain the same DNA, different types of cells in a multicellular organism may express very different sets of genes.
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Revision as of 12:19, 10 November 2018

Introduction

Gene regulation is the process of controlling which genes in a cell's DNA are turned 'on' (expressed) or 'off' (not expressed). By this process functional product such as a protein is created. Even though all the cells of an organism contain the same DNA, different types of cells in a multicellular organism may express very different sets of genes.


Background