Splicing Predictions

A University of Toronto team has developed a machine-learning tool that can predict whether a certain genetic variant will affect RNA splicing. As it reports in Science, the group examined more than 650,000 intronic and exonic variants to search for patterns of abnormal splicing due to mutations.

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