MicroRNA is noncoding functional RNA that functions in gene expression. In other

MicroRNA is noncoding functional RNA that functions in gene expression. In other words, microRNA is a transcript but it is never translated into a protein. The piece of RNA itself can participate in gene regulation. Using this description of microRNA, and your definition of a gene, do you think the DNA that contains the sequence for a micoRNA should be called “a gene”? Why or Why not?

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