The Role of Canonical and Noncanonical Pre-mRNA Splicing in Plant Stress Responses

@inproceedings{Dubrovina2013TheRO,
  title={The Role of Canonical and Noncanonical Pre-mRNA Splicing in Plant Stress Responses},
  author={Alexandra S. Dubrovina and Konstantin Kiselev and Yu. N. Zhuravlev},
  booktitle={BioMed research international},
  year={2013}
}
Plants are sessile organisms capable of adapting to various environmental constraints, such as high or low temperatures, drought, soil salinity, or pathogen attack. To survive the unfavorable conditions, plants actively employ pre-mRNA splicing as a mechanism to regulate expression of stress-responsive genes and reprogram intracellular regulatory networks. There is a growing evidence that various stresses strongly affect the frequency and diversity of alternative splicing events in the stress… CONTINUE READING

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