Trying to get a better understanding of the process of DNA to proteins.
So when we have a gene, it is read from the 5' to 3' end, only translating the exons to mRNAs. A single gene can have multiple exons, and use alternative splicing to create different transcripts. A transcript may result in mRNA (not necessarily right? Also other kinds of RNA?) which is translated to amino acids. Finally folded to a functional protein.
My question here, are there different transcripts (say in different genes) that encode for the same protein?