junctional sliding

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A term descriptive of the fact that the location of intron-exon junctions is not constant within members of a gene family, such as the serine proteases. Some variation in length of such gene products can be attributed to extension or contraction of exons at the intron junctions.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.

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