Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is caused by mutations in a number of genes, including the gene encoding the RNA/DNA-binding protein translocated in liposarcoma or fused in sarcoma (TLS/FUS or
Pre-mRNA molecules in humans contain mostly short internal exons flanked by longer introns.
Aging is fundamental to the human life cycle and intimately connected with disease.
In a recent study whose original aim was to carefully characterize the intrinsic sequence preferences of the widely used footprinting enzyme DNaseI, the Bussemaker Lab uncovered a new and unexpecte
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