1.The human genome contains a multitude of enhancer, promoters and sites of non-protein coding 1. RNA transcription, many of which are in DNA regions shown to be involved in disease. In fact, it is now widely believed that about 80% of the human genome contains sequences that are in involved in some kind of function. Explain why it is plausible that so much of the genome is dedicate to functional sequences
2. What sets the reading frame for all remaining codons?
3. What molecule contains the entire sequence of codons?