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by Richard J. Maraia

The Impact of Short Interspersed Elements (SINEs) on the Host Genome (Molecular Biology Intelligence Unit) download ebook
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Richard J. Maraia
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Molecular intelligence unit in the impact of short interspersed elements (SINEs) on the host genome, Maraia, . E. Springer–Verlag, 1995.

Molecular intelligence unit in the impact of short interspersed elements (SINEs) on the host genome, Maraia, . Nucleic Acids Re. 1995, vol. 23, pp. 2837–2839. PubMedGoogle Scholar. Cite this article as: Chaley, . 1023/A:1013242419761.

Jurka, . Molecular Biology Intelligence Unit: the Impact of Short Interspersed Elements (SINEs) on the Host Genome, Maraia, . Landes Company, 1995, pp. 25–41. 1998, vol. 32, pp. 70–77. Gordenin, . Darden, . Jurka, . and Resnick, . Genome Re. 2001, vol. 11, pp. 12–27.

RL Molecular Biology Intelligence Unit:The impact of short RL interspersed elements (SINEs) on the host genome (ed. Richard J. RL Maraia), . Landes Company, Austin, pp (1995). XX DR (Consensus) XX SQ Sequence 283 BP; 59 A; 82 C; 98 G; 44 T; 0 other; ggccgggcgc ggtggctcac gcctgtaatc ccagcacttt gggaggccga ggcgggagga 60 tcacttgagc ccaggagttc gagaccagcc tgggcaacat ggtgaaaccc cgtctctaca 120 aaaaatacaa aaattagccg ggcgtggtgg cgcgcgcctg tagtcccagc tactcgggag 180 gctgaggcag gaggatcgct tgagcccggg aggtcgaggc tgcagtgagc cgtgatcgcg 240 ccactgcact ccagcctggg cgacagagcg agaccctgtc tca 283.

Impact of Short Interspersed Elements (SINEs) on the Host Genome, .

Impact of Short Interspersed Elements (SINEs) on the Host Genome, R. Maraia, ed. (Austin: RG Landes Company), pp 61–79. This mechanism may have allowed the evolution of new transcription units and new genes. Mouse genome contains two major families of short interspersed repeats in more than 10(5) copies scattered throughout the whole genome. They are referred to as B1 and B2 sequences since they were first isolated from the genome library by means of a dsRNA-B probe /1/. In this work, two copies of the B2 family were sequenced and compared with the previously sequenced B1 repeat /2/. A B2 ubiquitous repeat is ca.

Molecular characterization of a short interspersed repetitive element from tobacco . The impact of short interspersed elements (SINEs) on the host genome, 1995.

Molecular characterization of a short interspersed repetitive element from tobacco that exhibits sequence homology to specific tRNAs. Y Yoshioka, S Matsumoto, S Kojima, K Ohshima, N Okada, Y Machida. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (14), 6562-6566, 1993. Several short interspersed repetitive elements (SINEs) in distant species may have originated from a common ancestral retrovirus: characterization of a squid SINE and . Ohshima, R Koishi, M Matsuo, N Okada. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (13), 6260-6264, 1993.

Most short interspersed elements (SINEs) in eukaryotic genomes originate from tRNA and have internal promoters for RNA polymerase II. The Impact of Short Interspersed Elements (SINEs) on the Host Genome (Maraia. N. Okada, K. Ohshima.

Most short interspersed elements (SINEs) in eukaryotic genomes originate from tRNA and have internal promoters for RNA polymerase III. The promoter contains two boxes (A and B) spaced by approximately 33 bp. We used oligonucleotide primers specific to these boxes to detect SINEs in the genomic DNA by polymerase chain reaction (PCR).

Short interspersed nuclear elements (SINEs) are non-autonomous, non-coding transposable elements (TEs) that are about 100 to 700 base pairs in length

Short interspersed nuclear elements (SINEs) are non-autonomous, non-coding transposable elements (TEs) that are about 100 to 700 base pairs in length. They are a class of retrotransposons, DNA elements that amplify themselves throughout eukaryotic genomes, often through RNA intermediates.

Series Statement: Molecular biology intelligence unit. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Maraia, Richard . 1953-. Uniform Title: Molecular biology intelligence unit

Series Statement: Molecular biology intelligence unit. Uniform Title: Molecular biology intelligence unit. Rubrics: Mobile genetic elements Molecular genetics DNA Transposable Elements Molecular Biology.

The impact of short interspersed elements (SINEs) on the host genome. Smith, J. Maynard 2002. Villolobos, . León, . Sessions, S. and Kezer, J. 1988. Enucleated erythrocytes in plethodontid salamanders.

A Short History of Nearly Everything.

This book is about Short Interspersed Elements (SINEs), the homologous repetitive sequences that inhabit complex genomes. The nearly one million Alu elements interspersed in human DNA are well known to genetics researchers because of their propensity for de novo insertion into active genes. SINEs represent a complex potential of regulatory information and provide genetic variability to their host-species yet they remain enigmatic with regard to function at the cellular level. This volume catalogs our current knowledge and understanding of these elements and attempts to illuminate their biologic roles. It provides insights from disciplines such as gene regulation, cell biology, human heredity, population biology, epigenetics and evolution. Each chapter provides an examination of SINEs from a unique perspective.