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Alternative promoter usage and alternative splicing contribute to mRNA heterogeneity of mouse monocarboxylate transporter 2.Academic Article Why?
Alternative splicing of human inwardly rectifying K+ channel ROMK1 mRNA.Academic Article Why?
Alternative splicing of the APC gene in the neural retina and retinal pigment epithelium.Academic Article Why?
Alternative Splicing of the Delta-Opioid Receptor Gene Suggests Existence of New Functional Isoforms.Academic Article Why?
An evolutionary analysis of cAMP-specific Phosphodiesterase 4 alternative splicing.Academic Article Why?
An intronic signal for alternative splicing in the human genome.Academic Article Why?
CD20 alternative splicing isoform generates immunogenic CD4 helper T epitopes.Academic Article Why?
Cell-Type-Specific Alternative Splicing Governs Cell Fate in the Developing Cerebral Cortex.Academic Article Why?
Evolution of gene structural complexity: an alternative-splicing-based model accounts for intron-containing retrogenes.Academic Article Why?
Expression and alternative splicing of folate pathway genes in HapMap lymphoblastoid cell lines.Academic Article Why?
Genomics of alternative splicing: evolution, development and pathophysiology.Academic Article Why?
Integrative analysis of many RNA-seq datasets to study alternative splicing.Academic Article Why?
RBFOX and PTBP1 proteins regulate the alternative splicing of micro-exons in human brain transcripts.Academic Article Why?
Sex-specific and lineage-specific alternative splicing in primates.Academic Article Why?
The gas 5 gene shows four alternative splicing patterns without coding for a protein.Academic Article Why?
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