Exploring the relationship between intron retention and chromatin accessibility in plants

Abstract

Intron retention (IR) is the most prevalent form of alternative splicing in plants. IR, like other forms of alternative splicing, has an important role in increasing gene product diversity and regulating transcript functionality. Splicing is known to occur co-transcriptionally and is influenced by the speed of transcription which in turn, is affected by… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12864-017-4393-z

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@inproceedings{Ullah2017ExploringTR, title={Exploring the relationship between intron retention and chromatin accessibility in plants}, author={Fahad Ullah and Michael Hamilton and Anireddy S. N. Reddy and Asa Ben-Hur}, booktitle={BMC Genomics}, year={2017} }