Alternative splicing during Arabidopsis flower development results in constitutive and stage-regulated isoforms

@inproceedings{Wang2014AlternativeSD,
  title={Alternative splicing during Arabidopsis flower development results in constitutive and stage-regulated isoforms},
  author={Haifeng Wang and Chenjiang You and Fang Chang and Yingxiang Wang and Lei Wang and Ji Qi and Hong Ma},
  booktitle={Front. Genet.},
  year={2014}
}
Alternative splicing (AS) is a process in eukaryotic gene expression, in which the primary transcript of a multi-exon gene is spliced into two or more different mature transcripts, thereby increasing proteome diversity. AS is often regulated differentially between different tissues or developmental stages. Recent studies suggested that up to 60% of intron-containing genes in Arabidopsis thaliana undergo AS. Yet little is known about this complicated and important process during floral… CONTINUE READING
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