A family of splice variants of CstF-64 expressed in vertebrate nervous systems

@article{Shankarling2008AFO,
  title={A family of splice variants of CstF-64 expressed in vertebrate nervous systems},
  author={Ganesh S. Shankarling and Penelope W. Coates and Brinda Rani Dass and Clinton C MacDonald},
  journal={BMC Molecular Biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={10},
  pages={22 - 22}
}
Alternative splicing and polyadenylation are important mechanisms for creating the proteomic diversity necessary for the nervous system to fulfill its specialized functions. The contribution of alternative splicing to proteomic diversity in the nervous system has been well documented, whereas the role of alternative polyadenylation in this process is less well understood. Since the CstF-64 polyadenylation protein is known to be an important regulator of tissue-specific polyadenylation, we… CONTINUE READING
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