Published in Drug Law Weekly, August 12th, 2008
"Here we show that NBS1 is transcribed as both a wild-type and an alternatively spliced form exhibiting a premature stop codon in an alternative 50-bp exon in intron 2. Although the wild-type transcript predominates in most tissues, the spliced transcript is abundant in resting peripheral...
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