Alternative splicing of an rnp-4f mRNA isoform retaining an evolutionarily-conserved 5′-UTR intronic element is developmentally regulated and shown via RNAi to be essential for normal central nervous system development in Drosophila melanogaster

Jing Chen, Vincent J. Concel, Sunetra Bhatla, Rajkumar Rajeshwaran, Darcey L H Smith, Malini Varadarajan, Kimberly L. Backscheider, Robyn A. Bockrath, Jane P. Petschek, Jack C. Vaughn*

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