HnRNP L represses exon splicing via a regulated exonic splicing silencer.

Abstract

Skipping of mammalian exons during pre-mRNA splicing is commonly mediated by the activity of exonic splicing silencers (ESSs). We have recently identified a regulated ESS within variable exon 4 of the CD45 gene, named ESS1, that is necessary and sufficient for partial exon repression in resting T cells and has additional silencing activity upon T-cell… (More)

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@article{Rothrock2005HnRNPLR, title={HnRNP L represses exon splicing via a regulated exonic splicing silencer.}, author={Caryn R. Rothrock and Amy E House and Kristen W. Lynch}, journal={The EMBO journal}, year={2005}, volume={24 15}, pages={2792-802} }