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19 january 2019 13:00:05

 
Light Regulates Plant Alternative Splicing through the Control of Transcriptional Elongation (Molecular Cell)
 




Godoy Herz et al. provide biochemical and genetic evidence that plants exposed to light show faster gene transcription than those in the dark. This serves as control for alternative mRNA splicing decisions, which demonstrates that coupling between transcription and splicing is important for a whole organism to respond to environmental cues.


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