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Detection of human interchromosomal trans-splicing in sequence databanks.
(Briefings in Bioinformatics, London, v. 2, n. 2, p. 198-209, 2010., 2010)
The connection between splicing and cancer
(Company Of Biologists, 2006)
Alternative splicing is a crucial mechanism for generating protein diversity. Different splice variants of a given protein can display different and even antagonistic biological functions. Therefore, appropriate control ...
Detection of human interchromosomal trans-splicing in sequence databanks
(Oxford Univ PressOxfordInglaterra, 2010)
Alternative splicing: a pivotal step between eukaryotic transcription and translation
(Nature Publishing Group, 2013-03)
Alternative splicing was discovered simultaneously with splicing over three decades ago. Since then, an enormous body of evidence has demonstrated the prevalence of alternative splicing in multicellular eukaryotes, its key ...
Reduction of splice loss between dissimilar fibers by tapering and fattening
(Revista Mexicana de Física, 2010)
Connections between chromatin signatures and splicing
Splicing and alternative splicing are involved in the expression of most human genes, playing key roles in differentiation, cell cycle progression, and development. Misregulation of splicing is frequently associated to ...
Differential expression of new LTA splice variants upon lymphocyte activation
(PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 2008)
Lymphotoxin alpha (LTA) is a member of the TNF cytokine superfamily, produced principally by lymphocytes. It plays an important role in immune and inflammatory responses. Many TNF superfamily members have functionally ...
A new portal for the analysis of human splicing variants
(LANDES BIOSCIENCEAUSTIN, 2012)
Understanding alternative splicing is crucial to elucidate the mechanisms behind several biological phenomena, including diseases. The huge amount of expressed sequences available nowadays represents an opportunity and a ...