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From: Minor intron splicing revisited: identification of new minor intron-containing genes and tissue-dependent retention and alternative splicing of minor introns

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Identification of new minor introns in the mouse and human genome. a-b Stacked bargraph showing the number of minor introns and MIGs identified in the mouse (a) and human (b) genome by the U12DB and MIDB. c Overview of mouse gene families that contain MIGs (black text) and were newly identified in MIDB (underlined). d-e Piechart showing the distribution of mouse (d) and human (e) minor introns based on their terminal dinucleotides. f-g Piechart showing the distribution of mouse (f) and human (g) MIGs with one, two or three minor introns. h-i Piechart showing the gene types of all mouse (h) and human (i) MIGs

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