A method for identifying splice sites and translation start sites in human genomic sequences.

@article{Kim2002AMF,
  title={A method for identifying splice sites and translation start sites in human genomic sequences.},
  author={Ki-Bong Kim and Kiejung Park and Eun Bae Kong},
  journal={Journal of biochemistry and molecular biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={35 5},
  pages={513-7}
}
We describe a new method for identifying the sequences that signal the start of translation, and the boundaries between exons and introns (donor and acceptor sites) in human mRNA. According to the mandatory keyword, ORGANISM, and feature key, CDS, a large set of standard data for each signal site was extracted from the ASCII flat file, gbpri.seq, in the GenBank release 108.0. This was used to generate the scoring matrices, which summarize the sequence information for each signal site. The… CONTINUE READING

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