Definitions for "Gene product"
Genes are transcribed into segments of RNA (ribonucleic acid), which are translated into proteins. Both RNA and proteins are products of the expression of the gene. Gene Defects: Change in the unit of the heredity, usually resulting in the expression of a disease, also called a mutation. Mutations usually disrupt the structure of a protein. In the case of an enzyme, this change may result in the loss of function.
The protein or RNA encoded by a gene. A single gene may have multiple protein products, due to extensive post-translational modification. The large-scale study of all possible gene products is the goal of the Human Proteome Project (HUPO).
Protein or enzyme encoded in a gene. Some genes can code for more than one gene product due to gene-splicing post-translational modifications.
Keywords:  lipoprotein
a lipoprotein
Keywords:  toxin, pump
an HC-toxin pump