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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2019) 157 (1-2): 21–33.
Published Online: 09 February 2019
...]. In contrast, nonavian dinosaurs may have had around 2,000 species at any given period of time [Starrfelt and Liow, 2016], and crocodilians currently consist of only 20-30 species [Oaks, 2011]. The long-term evolution of TEs within their hosts' genomes is best studied in non-LTR retrotransposons because...
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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2014) 143 (1-3): 87–95.
Published Online: 15 April 2014
...., 2008; Neumann et al., 2011] or yeast retrotransposons [Guo and Levin, 2010]. Retroviral and TE site selection mechanisms usually target insertion into gene-pure or gene-rich regions in yeasts and mammals, respectively, due to interaction of integrase with host chromatin-binding proteins. Taking...
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Subject Area:
Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2013) 141 (4): 309–316.
Published Online: 21 September 2013
..., TTAGGG n sequence and non-LTR retrotransposon family members Rex1, Rex3 and Rex6 showed that non-LTR elements may be dispersed in the chromosome set with relative concentration in heterochromatic regions, as shown by Rex1 , or may even intercalate in 45S rDNA and the telomeric sequence, as found for Rex3...
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Subject Area:
Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2013) 141 (2-3): 126–132.
Published Online: 21 August 2013
... of R. canadum proved to be relevant for evolutionary and applied purposes. Therefore, here, we present the mapping by fluorescence in situ hybridization of the transposable element (TE) Tol2, the non-LTR retrotransposons Rex1 and Rex3, together with the 18S and 5S rRNA genes in the chromosome...
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Subject Area:
Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2013) 140 (2-4): 286–294.
Published Online: 08 July 2013
... by polyploidisation on genomic changes, data from plant crosses remain scarce. Despite the absence of a conclusive proof regarding autonomous retrotransposon movement in synthetic allopolyploids, the transposition of retrotransposons and their ubiquitous dispersion in all plant species might explain the positive...
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