"in trans with canonical splice site"
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19 months ago
Fonso ▴ 10

Hello,

I came across the following: The variant is "in trans with a canonical splice site". What does the 'in trans' bit mean?

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19 months ago
JC 12k

Trans concept indicates the variant is not in the same DNA molecule as the canonical splice site.

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