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What Regulates Alternative Splicing And Intergenic Trans Splicing?
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Alternative splicing can shuffle the exon order, and _select from_ the exon sequence of a single gene site, to provide a combinatorial selection of possible transcription products from the one gene -- intergenic trans splicing can do this starting from multiple gene sites?

What regulates these two "non linear" gene combination, transcript-splicing processes?

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not a bioinformatic question. Try http://biology.stackexchange.com/

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why? This content is only 4 charactes long. The minimum is 15.

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Alternative splicing and its regulation are biological phenomena, this forum is focused on Bioinformatics. Since your question does not involve analysis, databases, tools, algorithms, etc. Nicobxl is suggesting that the question is off-topic for this particular forum and would target a more appropriate audience at http://biology.stackexchange.com. Even there, since there are entire books written on the topic of alternative splicing and regulation, you may want to break it down into more targeted pieces.

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