Alternative polyadenylation (APA) is a molecular mechanism during a pre‐mRNA processing that involves usage of more than one polyadenylation site (PA‐site) generating transcripts of varying length from a single gene. The location of a PA‐site affects transcript length and coding potential of an mRNA contributing to both mRNA and protein diversification. This variation in the transcript length affects...
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