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Rapid transcriptional response to physiological neuronal activity in vivo revealed by transcriptome sequencing

bioRxiv

Jun 7, 2014

Yarden KatzCarlos Lois

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Neuronal activity serves as a gateway between external stimulus from environment and the brain, often inducing gene expression changes. Alternative splicing (AS) is a widespread mechanism of increasing the number of transcripts produced from a single gene and has been shown to alter pro...read more

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Rapid transcriptional response to physiological neuronal activity in vivo revealed by transcriptome sequencing

bioRxiv

Jun 7, 2014

Yarden KatzCarlos Lois

PMID: 990005876

DOI: 10.1101/005876

Abstract

Neuronal activity serves as a gateway between external stimulus from environment and the brain, often inducing gene expression changes. Alternative splicing (AS) is a widespread mechanism of increasing the number of transcripts produced from a single gene and has been shown to alter pro...read more

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In Vivo
Genome
Genes
Structure of Olfactory Bulb
Transcription, Genetic
Neurons
Brain
Environment
Cytokinesis of the Fertilized Ovum
Smell Perception
11
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