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branch point


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branch point

branch point

Precise branch point mapping and quantification of splicing intermediates

Human branch point consensus sequence is yUnAy

An SF1 affinity model to identify branch point sequences in human introns

Targeting of nucleic acid junctions: addressing to a branch point an oligodeoxynucleotide conjugated with an intercalator

Functional VEGFA knockdown with artificial 3′-tailed mirtrons defined by 5′ splice site and branch point

HnRNP H inhibits nuclear export of mRNA containing expanded CUG repeats and a distal branch point sequence

A branch point consensus from Arabidopsis found by non-circular analysis allows for better prediction of acceptor sites

A junction branch point adjacent to a DNA backbone nick directs substrate cleavage by Saccharomyces cerevisiae Mus81-Mms4

A G→A Transition Creates a Branch Point Sequence and Activation of a Cryptic Exon, Resulting in the Hereditary Disorder Neurofibromatosis 2

On the oxygen abundances of M 67 stars from the turn-off point through the red giant branch

Cloning and Bacterial Expression of Sesquiterpene Cyclase, a Key Branch Point Enzyme for the Synthesis of Sesquiterpenoid Phytoalexin Capsidiol in UV-Challenged Leaves of Capsicum annuum

Splicing Modulation of Integrin (β4 Pre-mRNA Carrying a Branch Point Mutation Underlies Epidermolysis Bullosa with Pyloric Atresia Undergoing Spontaneous Amelioration With Ageing

Genetic Variation at a Splicing Branch Point in Intron 9 of the Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL)-Receptor Gene: A Rare Mutation that Disrupts mRNA Splicing in a Patient with Familial Hypercholesterolaemia and a Common Polymorphism

WOODS, Reginald Salisbury (Rex Woods) (1891 - 1986), Médaille d’Honneur de l’Education Physique et des Sports, République Française, 1946; Hon. Life Member, British Association of Sport and Medicine; retired from general practice, 1983; Surgical Specialist to numerous insurance companies; Honorary Medical Officer: Cambridge University Boxing Club (also President); Cambridge University Point-to-Point and Cambridgeshire Point-to-Point; Cambridgeshire Warden King George’s Jubilee Trust; Past Assistant of Glaziers’ Company; a Patron of Cambridge Branch, Old Contemptibles and of British Legion; Past President, Downing College Association, 1962

 

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A point at which two or more branches of a curve meet.

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