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Alternative splicing


Alternative splicing is a process by which the exons of the RNA produced by transcription of a gene are reconnected in multiple ways during RNA splicing. The resulting different mRNAs may be translated into different protein...
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Did You Know? The sensitivity of the human ear to a wide range of sound frequencies is due to alternative splicing of a potassium channel gene, giving
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Incorporates information about alternatively spliced genes, ... References to the Alternative Splicing Database: ASDB: database of alternatively spliced genes ...
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The use of alternative splicing factors leads to a modification of the definition of a "gene" ... Alternative splicing is of great importance for genetics it ...
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The Alternative Splicing Database Project at the EBI aims to analyse the mechanism of alternative splicing, and in the process create a high quality dataset.
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Alternative Splicing. Solving Big Questions. The ... Alternative Splicing. PAGE ... analyses on those alternative splicing events that are conserved ...
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Alternative Splicing. Solving Big Questions. The Importance of Being Cilia ... The ability of alternative splicing to exploit limited genetic information to ...
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Alternative splicing can produce variant proteins and expression patterns as ... genes, yet the prevalence of alternative splicing has not been quantified. ...
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By contrast, for alternative splicing it is important to have probes throughout ... Alternative splicing also poses new challenges for microarray data analysis. ...
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Mechanisms of alternative pre-messenger RNA splicing" ... Understanding alternative splicing: towards a cellular code". Nature Reviews 6: 386-398. ...
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Numerous examples of alternative splicing have been observed in the brain, where ... These experiments indicate that alternative splicing patterns can change in ...
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that alternative splicing is widespread in mammalian ... mine the enormous wealth of alternative splicing ... native splicing in human (30 793 alternative splice ...
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Understanding microarray based gene splicing and splice variant detection ... Alternative 3' splice site and 5' splice site: Alternative gene splicing ...
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Using a novel in vivo alternative splicing assay, we show that intron length has ... Alternative splicing may also regulate the affinity of CD44 for hyaluronic acid, ...
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Alternative splicing--the post-transcriptional editing process that can result ... Research shows that alternative splicing is far more pervasive than previously ...
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Dec. 15, 2003 - Multilayered regulatory mechanisms at the RNA level ... Alternative splicing--the post-transcriptional editing process that can result ...
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Alternative splicing is a form of epigenetic mechanism that enables a single ... Alternative donor 5'AS or acceptor 3'AS splicing together contribute to 25% of ...
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In this regard, alternative splicing (AS) is a key ... Alternative splicing (AS) is a fundamental molecular ... nomenclatures for alternative splicing. ...
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