Isoforms of proteins are differently spliced versions of a protein which are different in length. Isoforms can have different regulation and functions.

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What percentage of protein isoforms have different functions?

I am looking for studies on how many protein isoforms have different functions, preferably in human. We know that a great many, if not most, of human genes are alternatively spliced and that many ...