Intergenic Regions

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Last Updated: 10 May 2022

Intergenic regions are the stretches of DNA located in between genetics. In humans, intergenic regions are non-protein-coding and consist of a large majority of the genome. Some intergenic DNA is known to manage the expression of neighboring genes. Intergenic regions are the DNA regions between the coding genetics. Chief. Medical Genetics Branch.

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