Computational prediction of SEG (single exon gene) function in humans.

Human genes are often interrupted by non-coding, intragenic sequences called introns. Hence, the gene sequence is divided into exons (coding segments) and introns (non-coding segments). Consequently, a majority of them are multi exon genes (MEG). However, a considerable amount of single exon genes (SEG) are present in the human genome (approximately 12… CONTINUE READING