Exon repetition: a major pathway for processing mRNA of some genes is allele-specific.

Abstract

Exon repetition describes the presence of tandemly repeated exons in mRNA in the absence of duplications in the genome. Its existence challenges our understanding of gene expression, because the linear organization of sequences in apparently normal genes must be subverted during RNA synthesis or processing. It is restricted to a small number of genes in… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkh197

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