Gil Ast
Gil Ast
Professor of Human Genetics
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Alternative splicing and evolution: diversification, exon definition and function
H Keren, G Lev-Maor, G Ast
Nature Reviews Genetics 11 (5), 345-355, 2010
How did alternative splicing evolve?
G Ast
Nature Reviews Genetics 5 (10), 773-782, 2004
Chromatin organization marks exon-intron structure
S Schwartz, E Meshorer, G Ast
Nature structural & molecular biology 16 (9), 990, 2009
Alu-containing exons are alternatively spliced
R Sorek, G Ast, D Graur
Genome research 12 (7), 1060-1067, 2002
Different levels of alternative splicing among eukaryotes
E Kim, A Magen, G Ast
Nucleic acids research 35 (1), 125-131, 2007
The birth of an alternatively spliced exon: 3'splice-site selection in Alu exons
G Lev-Maor, R Sorek, N Shomron, G Ast
Science 300 (5623), 1288-1291, 2003
How prevalent is functional alternative splicing in the human genome?
R Sorek, R Shamir, G Ast
TRENDS in Genetics 20 (2), 68-71, 2004
Comparative analysis identifies exonic splicing regulatory sequences—the complex definition of enhancers and silencers
A Goren, O Ram, M Amit, H Keren, G Lev-Maor, I Vig, T Pupko, G Ast
Molecular cell 22 (6), 769-781, 2006
The alternative role of DNA methylation in splicing regulation
GL Maor, A Yearim, G Ast
Trends in Genetics 31 (5), 274-280, 2015
Intronic sequences flanking alternatively spliced exons are conserved between human and mouse
R Sorek, G Ast
Genome Research 13 (7), 1631-1637, 2003
Regulation of alternative splicing through coupling with transcription and chromatin structure
S Naftelberg, IE Schor, G Ast, AR Kornblihtt
Annual review of biochemistry 84, 165-198, 2015
Alternative splicing: current perspectives
E Kim, A Goren, G Ast
Bioessays 30 (1), 38-47, 2008
Position-dependent alternative splicing activity revealed by global profiling of alternative splicing events regulated by PTB
M Llorian, S Schwartz, TA Clark, D Hollander, LY Tan, R Spellman, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 17 (9), 1114, 2010
Comparative analysis of transposed element insertion within human and mouse genomes reveals Alu's unique role in shaping the human transcriptome
N Sela, B Mersch, N Gal-Mark, G Lev-Maor, A Hotz-Wagenblatt, G Ast
Genome biology 8 (6), R127, 2007
Comparative analysis detects dependencies among the 5′ splice-site positions
I Carmel, S Tal, I Vig, G Ast
Rna 10 (5), 828-840, 2004
Differential GC content between exons and introns establishes distinct strategies of splice-site recognition
M Amit, M Donyo, D Hollander, A Goren, E Kim, S Gelfman, G Lev-Maor, ...
Cell reports 1 (5), 543-556, 2012
Large-scale comparative analysis of splicing signals and their corresponding splicing factors in eukaryotes
S Schwartz, J Silva, D Burstein, T Pupko, E Eyras, G Ast
Genome research 18 (1), 88-103, 2008
Insights into the connection between cancer and alternative splicing
E Kim, A Goren, G Ast
Trends in Genetics 24 (1), 7-10, 2008
Minimal conditions for exonization of intronic sequences: 5′ splice site formation in alu exons
R Sorek, G Lev-Maor, M Reznik, T Dagan, F Belinky, D Graur, G Ast
Molecular cell 14 (2), 221-231, 2004
DNA-methylation effect on cotranscriptional splicing is dependent on GC architecture of the exon–intron structure
S Gelfman, N Cohen, A Yearim, G Ast
Genome research 23 (5), 789-799, 2013
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