Structural and functional diversity generated by alternative mRNA splicing.

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Alternative mRNA splicing is becoming increasingly recognized as an important mechanism for the generation of structural and functional diversity in proteins. Recent estimations predict that approximately 50% of all eukaryotic proteins can be alternatively spliced. Several lines of evidence suggest that alternative mRNA splicing results in small changes in… (More)

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@article{Stetefeld2005StructuralAF, title={Structural and functional diversity generated by alternative mRNA splicing.}, author={J{\"{o}rg Stetefeld and Markus A. Ruegg}, journal={Trends in biochemical sciences}, year={2005}, volume={30 9}, pages={515-21} }