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transcripts

Harold Drabkin hjd at informatics.jax.org
Mon Feb 19 07:56:10 PST 2001


I think that the point of the GO would be to describe the components 
involved in the process, but not the targets; so, one would have 
terms to describe the enzymes involved in trans-splicing,splicing, 
but not every single instance of transcripts that get spliced, etc. ?


>And along with all this, where does trans-splicing fit into the picture?
>
>Nilsen TW. trans-splicing: an update. Molecular & Biochemical
>Parasitology. 73:1-6, 1995.
>  and for proteins
>Perler FB. A natural example of protein trans-splicing. Trends
>Biochem. Sci. 24:209-11, 1999).
>
>
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