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DNA splicing


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DNA splicing n.

DNA splicing n.

Recognition of splice junctions on DNA sequences by BRAIN learning algorithm.

Optimal spliced alignment of homologous cDNA to a genomic DNA template

EST_GENOME: a program to align spliced DNA sequences to unspliced genomic DNA

Developmentally programmed DNA splicing in Paramecium reveals short-distance crosstalk between DNA cleavage sites

The human XPC DNA repair gene: arrangement, splice site information content and influence of a single nucleotide polymorphism in a splice acceptor site on alternative splicing and function

A survey of splice variants of the human hypoxanthine phosphoribosyl transferase and DNA polymerase beta genes: products of alternative or aberrant splicing?

High frequency trans-splicing in a cell line producing spliced and polyadenylated RNA polymerase I transcripts from an rDNA-myc chimeric gene

Complete Genomic Structure, DNA Polymorphisms, and Alternative Splicing of the Human AF-6 Gene

Evidence for the regulation of alternative splicing via complementary DNA sequence repeats

Efficient filtering methods for clustering cDNAs with spliced sequence alignment

The Mouse SCA2 Gene: cDNA Sequence, Alternative Splicing and Protein Expression

A computational method for studying the relation between alternative splicing and DNA methylation

DNA Binding Specificity of Proteins Derived from Alternatively Spliced Mouse P53 mRNAs

An exonic splicing silencer in the testes-specific DNA ligase III β exon

Human 100-kDa homologous DNA-pairing protein is the splicing factor PSF and promotes DNA strand invasion

Computational Analysis of Full-length cDNAs Reveals Frequent Coupling Between Transcriptional and Splicing Programs

Analysis of Multiple Occurrences of Alternative Splicing Events in Arabidopsis thaliana Using Novel Sequenced Full-Length cDNAs

 

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In genetic engineering, artificial rearrangement of sections of DNA using restriction enzymes and DNA ligase.

Subjects: Psychology.


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