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Abstract: RNA splicing is a key mechanism linking genetic variation and complex diseases, including schizophrenia. Splicing profiles are particularly diverse in the brain, but it is difficult to accurately identify and quantify full-length isoforms using standard approaches. CACNA1C is a large gene that shows robust genetic associations with several psychiatric disorders and encodes multiple, functionally-distinct voltage-gated calcium channels via alternative splicing. We combined long-range PCR with nanopore sequencin… Show more

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