A General Definition and Nomenclature for Alternative Splicing Events

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Understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for the regulation of the transcriptome present in eukaryotic cells is one of the most... » More
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PLoS Comput Biol. 2008 Aug 8; 4(8):e1000147
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Michael Sammeth, Sylvain Foissac, Roderic Guigó

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