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Genome-Wide Data-Mining of Candidate Human Splice Translational Efficiency Polymorphisms (STEPs) and an Online Database

Figure 3

Diagram showing data flow in deriving a final potential STEP list.

Candidate STEPs were scanned for splice site prediction differences via 3 online tools as well as filtered for candidates which are retained (causing full intron retention of exon extension) and checked via a BLAST search of EST databases. These results are then combined to derive a final intron retaining STEP list.

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