|This sequence signals the start of the gene and serves as the binding site for the RNA polymerase.
|It’s the regulatory segment of DNA where repressors bind to control gene expression.
|These genes produce repressor proteins that bind to the operator, controlling transcription.
|This section contains the actual DNA code for the proteins that the gene is meant to produce.
|These are non-coding sequences within a gene that are removed in the RNA splicing process.
|These are coding sequences that remain in the mature mRNA after splicing.
|5′ Untranslated Region (5′ UTR)
|It’s the portion of the gene at the beginning of the RNA molecule that will not be translated into protein.
|3′ Untranslated Region (3′ UTR)
|It’s the final portion of the gene. It’s transcribed into RNA but does not code for protein.
|This sequence signals the end of the gene. It stops transcription.