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Manuel Ares

Summary

The work of the Ares lab centers on the mechanisms and regulation of splicing. Splicing is required to remove intron sequences from pre-mRNA and create coding sequences for translation. Ares' group tries to understand: (1) the mechanism of action of the core components of the spliceosome, in particular the snRNAs and their rearrangements during assembly of the spliceosome and catalysis of the splicing reactions, (2) the regulation of alternative splicing at a mechanistic level including the coupling of splicing to transcription and RNA decay mechanisms, and (3) the coordinate regulation of splicing events in developing systems.

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Mcd Biology Intron Removal, Alternative Splicing, And Genomics

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