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Genome-wide Identification of Zero Nucleotide Recursive Splicing in Drosophila

bioRxiv

Jun 11, 2014

Michael O DuffBrenton Graveley

Abstract

Recursive splicing is a process in which large introns are removed in multiple steps by resplicing at ratchet points - 5’ splice sites recreated after splicing[1][1]. Recursive splicing was first identified in the Drosophila Ultrabithorax ( Ubx ) gene[1][1] and only three additional Dro...read more

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Genome-Wide Association Study
Exons
Genes
Sequence Determinations, RNA
Transcription, Genetic
Drosophila
Nuclear mRNA Cis Splicing, via Spliceosome
Ubx protein, Drosophila
Nucleotides
RNA Splicing
22
2
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Genome-wide Identification of Zero Nucleotide Recursive Splicing in Drosophila

bioRxiv

Jun 11, 2014

Michael O DuffBrenton Graveley

PMID: 990006163

DOI: 10.1101/006163

Abstract

Recursive splicing is a process in which large introns are removed in multiple steps by resplicing at ratchet points - 5’ splice sites recreated after splicing[1][1]. Recursive splicing was first identified in the Drosophila Ultrabithorax ( Ubx ) gene[1][1] and only three additional Dro...read more

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Genome-Wide Association Study
Exons
Genes
Sequence Determinations, RNA
Transcription, Genetic
Drosophila
Nuclear mRNA Cis Splicing, via Spliceosome
Ubx protein, Drosophila
Nucleotides
RNA Splicing
22
2

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