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1. Trans configuration
* The configuration of an organic molecule containing a double bond between two carbon atoms, where the largest, most complex R group s attached to each carbon are on opposite sides. -OR- The configuration of an organic molecule containing a ring, where the largest, most complex R groups attached to each carbon are on opposite sides: These configurations are the opposite of cis configuration . * A genetics term meaning that the changes in gene expression are due to something acting on the gene from a distance, or from an unrelated location, rather than on the same strand of DNA . * Two mutation s in different genes coding for the same phenotype which are on opposite homologous chromosome s (as opposed to the cis configuration where both of the mutations are on the same homologue).