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Chromosome rearrangements and transposable elements

Annual Review of Genetics

Nov 14, 2002

W E Lönnig, H Saedler

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There has been limited corroboration to date for McClintock's vision of gene regulation by transposable elements (TEs), although her proposition on the origin of species by TE-induced complex chromosome reorganizations in combination with gene mutations, i.e., the involvement of both fa...read more

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Chromosome rearrangements and transposable elements

Annual Review of Genetics

Nov 14, 2002

W E Lönnig, H Saedler

PMID: 12429698

DOI: 10.1146/annurev.genet.36.040202.092802

Abstract

There has been limited corroboration to date for McClintock's vision of gene regulation by transposable elements (TEs), although her proposition on the origin of species by TE-induced complex chromosome reorganizations in combination with gene mutations, i.e., the involvement of both fa...read more

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Muntiacus muntjak
Erophila verna
Cichlids
Giardia lamblia
Embryo
Biochemical Pathway
Chromosome Structures
Repetitive Region
Pyotraumatic Dermatitis
Muntiacus
1
166

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