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Recursive splicing is a process in which large introns are removed in multiple steps by re-splicing at ratchet points—5′ splice sites recreated after splicing. Recursive splicing was first identified… (More)
Three-fourths of the recognition-dependent disease resistance genes (R-genes) identified in plants encode nucleotide binding site (NBS) leucine-rich repeat (LRR) proteins. NBS-LRR homologs have only… (More)
Plant resistance to many types of pathogens and pests can be achieved by the presence of disease resistance (R) genes. The nucleotide binding site-leucine rich repeat (NBS-LRR) class of R-genes is… (More)
The generation of inhibitory interneuron progenitors from human embryonic stem cells (ESCs) is of great interest due to their potential use in transplantation therapies designed to treat central… (More)
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. Recursive splicing was first… (More)