A Simple Physical Model Predicts Small Exon Length Variations

Abstract

One of the most common splice variations are small exon length variations caused by the use of alternative donor or acceptor splice sites that are in very close proximity on the pre-mRNA. Among these, three-nucleotide variations at so-called NAGNAG tandem acceptor sites have recently attracted considerable attention, and it has been suggested that these… (More)

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@article{Chern2006ASP, title={A Simple Physical Model Predicts Small Exon Length Variations}, author={Tzu-Ming Chern and Erik van Nimwegen and Chikatoshi Kai and Jun Kawai and Piero Carninci and Yoshihide Hayashizaki and Mihaela Zavolan}, journal={PLoS Genetics}, year={2006}, volume={2}, pages={860 - 921} }