Alternative splicing in ascomycetes

@article{Kempken2013AlternativeSI,
  title={Alternative splicing in ascomycetes},
  author={Frank Kempken},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2013},
  volume={97},
  pages={4235-4241}
}
Alternative splicing is a complex and regulated process, which results in mRNA with different coding capacities from a single gene. Extend and types of alternative splicing vary greatly among eukaryotes. In this review, I focus on alternative splicing in ascomycetes, which in general have significant lower extend of alternative splicing than mammals. Yeast-like species have low numbers of introns and consequently alternative splicing is lower compared to filamentous fungi. Several examples from… CONTINUE READING

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