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I highly recommend you to visit Pathguide to get a sense of how vast is the catalog of Pathway Databases. Looking into the category Pathway Diagrams or in Transcription Factors / Gene Regulatory Networks should help in your task. I would start by looking at these DataBases: GeneMania BioCarta WikiPathways Reactome If you are working with a species other ...


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Most of the transcripts you show have different transcription start sites. In other words, this happens because of alternative transcription start sites. So this is not typical alternative slicing. Some genes have different transcriptional start sites, but the case you show has exceptionally many start sites.


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If a portion of sequence ends up in the mature RNA, it is by definition not an intron (save for abnormal splicing events and rare intron retention). Specific to your question, it seems each form is under the control of its own promoter. This means that A8 will have to splice out the first exons of all other forms (this would be exon skipping). On the other ...


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You can answer this question for yourself using the modMine data warehouse for modENCODE datasets. All you need is a list of female-specific genes (using your identifier of choice, although FlyBase FBGxxxxxxxx are the simplest). You can use their list tools to upload your own list of identifiers, and then there are a bunch of widgets that will tell you ...


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Turns to be too long for a comment. If you are looking for explanation of the title/question, than it is following (roughly). If we get information about gene expression from all different cell types, and extract also interactions between those genes (if a gets higher then b gets lower), this will allow studying multigene traits. E.g., life quality, ...



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