What is the relationship between term "Gene isoform" and "Protein isoform"? Say a gene can make 3 isoforms, will it produce only (maximum) 3 isoform protein?
Using organism:"Homo sapiens (Human) " as a query in uniprot returns about 146,000 proteins. I was under the impression that there were only 20-25,000 protein ...
I want to know what is the minimum percentage of the shortest isoform/transcript to the longest one that derived from the same parent gene? Does it have organism specificity? What is the function of ...
From this image We can see several exons that are actually introns in other genes. It's not a really a different gene, it's an alternative splicing of a gene. My background is not biology so is it ...
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 ...