Tandemly Arrayed Genes

Tandemly arrayed genes are a gene cluster created by tandem duplications. They serve to encode large numbers of genes at a time. An example are tandem clusters of rRNA encoding genes. These genes are translated faster than they would be if only a single copy of the gene was available.

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