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Splicing frequence at human introns

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#1 marek82313



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Posted 31 July 2009 - 02:15 AM


my boss asked me to a V E R Y particular question: which is the probability that any human intron is alternative spliced?

Does anybody knows if this probability has ever been calculated?
I know about the occurrence of alternative splicing events in the human genome but I've never heard about the calculation of this frequence...
Could someone prompt me a paper that estimates the occurrence of each kind of alternative splicing event (exon skipping, mutually exclusive exons ecc..) in the human genome?

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