Study: Gene expression varies in different cells

12/23/2008 | Yahoo!

U.S. scientists found that gene expression varies greatly in blood and brain cells and that such differences may result in alternative splicing, a process wherein the same gene produces protein variants and that may contribute to disease development. The finding indicates the "need to build up a very comprehensive picture of how genetic variation influences gene expression in specific tissues," one of the researchers said.

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