Alternative Splicing in the Mouse Transcriptome (2003)

Abstract:
Although the human genome completion is cause for excitement we do not have any firm indication of precisely how many protein-coding genes exist in a mammalian genome. We have even less indication of the extent to which these genes generate alternative gene products, through a process termed alternative splicing. The detection and sequencing of these full-length alternative gene products is the focus of this application. This application details the opportunity to participate in the identification of the full transcriptome of the mouse and is part of a collaborative effort with The RIKEN Genome Sciences Center in Japan.''
Grant type:
ARC Discovery Projects
Researchers:
  • Associate Professor
    School of Biomedical Sciences
    Faculty of Medicine
    Affiliate Associate Professor
    School of Biomedical Sciences
    Faculty of Medicine
  • Professor
    The University of Queensland Diamantina Institute
    Faculty of Medicine
    Affiliate Professor
    Institute for Molecular Bioscience
  • Professorial Research Fellow
    Mater Research Institute-UQ
    Faculty of Medicine
Funded by:
Australian Research Council