Alternative splicing is a process that enables a messenger RNA (mRNA) to direct synthesis of different protein variants (isoforms) that may have different cellular functions or properties. It occurs by rearranging the pattern of intron and exon elements that are joined by splicing to alter the mRNA coding sequence.
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