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Alternative splicing--when two's a crowd.

Various mechanisms have been proposed to explain mutually exclusive splicing of pairs of exons. A paper in this issue of Cell (Graveley, 2005) provides a fascinating insight into the perplexing question of how only one exon at a time is chosen from an array of 48 exons in the Drosophila Dscam gene.[1]


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