intron-exon novice: minimum exon size??

Dan Burgess dlburg at umich.edu
Thu May 18 14:30:51 EST 1995


ladasky at leland.Stanford.EDU (John Ladasky) wrote:
>In article <3pdeai$hoo at cerberus-138.wustl.edu>,
>David L. Haviland, Ph.D. <HAVILAND at KIDS.WUSTL.EDU> wrote:
>>In <Pine.AUX.3.91.950512132055.24587A at mail.med.cornell.edu> 
hmmoss at MAIL.MED.CORNELL.EDU writes:
>>
>>> I am working on genomic clones of IL-2-induced genes.
>>> Sequence data has shown that one of the exons is only 50bp long. Is 
that 
>>> possible? What are the shortest known introns/exons out there? My 
>>> sequence data is pretty convincing.
>>> thanks for any information you can give me!!!
>>> -- Heidi



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