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An immunoglobulin deletion mutant with implications for the heavy-chain switch and RNA splicing.

The IF2 immunoglobulin mutant is a DNA deletion of one coding segment and large sections of the flanking intervening sequences. The deletion results in a new splicing pattern and starts in a DNA region containing tandemly repeated sequences which may carry heavy-chain class switch signals.[1]


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