Alternative splicing modulation by a LAMMER kinase impinges on developmental and transcriptome expression.

@article{SavaldiGoldstein2003AlternativeSM,
  title={Alternative splicing modulation by a LAMMER kinase impinges on developmental and transcriptome expression.},
  author={Sigal Savaldi-Goldstein and Dvora Aviv and O. S. Davydov and Robert Fluhr},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2003},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={926-38}
}
Alternative splicing is a major contributor to genome complexity, playing a significant role in various cellular functions, including signal transduction, immunity, and development. The spliceosomal machinery is responsible for the processing of nuclear RNA. Several splicing factors associated with this complex are phosphorylated by kinases that possess a conserved LAMMER motif. We demonstrate in BY-2 tobacco cells a novel role for the LAMMER motif in the maintenance of proper subnuclear… CONTINUE READING

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