Synonymous Polymorphisms at Splicing Regulatory Sites are Associated with CpGs in Neurodegenerative Disease-Related Genes

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Neuronal plasticity is associated with alternative splicing and epigenetic modulation. Recent evidence reveals the association of cytosine methylation with alternative splicing and splicing regulatory mechanisms. Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are generally less frequent in conserved coding regions and probably in splice sites, compared to non… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12017-009-8111-0

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@article{Karambataki2009SynonymousPA, title={Synonymous Polymorphisms at Splicing Regulatory Sites are Associated with CpGs in Neurodegenerative Disease-Related Genes}, author={Maria Karambataki and Andigoni Malousi and Nicos Maglaveras and Sofia Kouidou}, journal={NeuroMolecular Medicine}, year={2009}, volume={12}, pages={260-269} }