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C R Biol. 2003 Oct-Nov;326(10-11):979-85.

ORESTES are enriched in rare exon usage variants affecting the encoded proteins.

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  • 1Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Sao Paulo Branch, Rua Prof Antonio Prudente 109, 4(o) andar, 01509-010, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Abstract

A significant fraction of the variability found in the human transcriptome is due to alternative splicing, including alternative exon usage (AEU), intron retention and use of cryptic splice sites. We present a comparison of a large-scale analysis of AEU in the human transcriptome through genome mapping of Open Reading Frame ESTs (ORESTES) and conventional ESTs. It is shown here that ORESTES probe low abundant messages more efficiently. In addition, most of the variants detected by ORESTES affect the structure of the corresponding proteins.

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