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Research unveils a developmental splicing program controlling neuronal maturation

(Columbia University Medical Center) In a new study, published Feb. 1 in Neuron, Zhang, Wichterle, and their team determined that loss of Rbfox genes results in an 'embryonic like' splicing program
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