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Table 2 in the online Data Supplement shows the FASTA sequence of KLK3, annotated splice sites, and SNPs identified in the present work.
In addition, while this study focused on modifying a specific splicing pathway, the universal nature of splicing mechanisms suggests that the antisense oligonucleotide approach may have broad applicability in different cell types and against splice sites in a variety of pre-mRNAs.
Aberrant 3' splice sites in human disease genes: mutation pattern, nucleotide structure and comparison of computational tools that predict their utilization.
Congenital secondary hypothiroidism caused by exon skipping due to a homozygous donor splice site mutation in the TSH[beta]-subunit gene.
In both cases, the entire coding sequence and splice sites of PTS were sequenced to confirm the negative results of the DGGE-based scanning.
The method described below is based on the observation that the a2M pentanucleotide deletion polymorphism (6) leads to the loss of the HphI restriction site at the intronic sequence in the 5' splice site of exon 18 (Fig.
Recently, the lab identified thousands of cryptic splice sites that are bound by the spliceosome, but do not lead to active splicing in the adult brain.
This process allows for possible long-term expression of RNA antisense to its targets such as the aberrant thalassemic splice sites in beta globin RNA [2].
Applications are very broad and include RNA therapeutics, real time molecular imaging, determination of alternate splice sites, and molecular evolution.
Another group of programs facilitates analysis of genomic sequences: alignment of genomes, bacterial and eukaryotic promoter prediction, discovery of functional/regulatory motifs, splice sites identification and gene prediction.