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DNA sequence organization in the mollusc Aplysia californica

Cell

Sep 1, 1975

R C AngererR J Britten

PMID: 1164733

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The sequence organization of the DNA of the mollusc Aplysia californica has been examined by a combination of techniques. Close-spaced interspersion of repetitive and single copy sequences occurs throughout the majority of the genome. Detailed examination of the DNA of this protostome r...read more

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Nucleic Acid Renaturation
Leg Length Inequality
Mollusca
Alkaline DNase
Nucleotides
Sand-Dollar
DNA, Double-Stranded
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DNA sequence organization in the mollusc Aplysia californica

Cell

Sep 1, 1975

R C AngererR J Britten

PMID: 1164733

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Abstract

The sequence organization of the DNA of the mollusc Aplysia californica has been examined by a combination of techniques. Close-spaced interspersion of repetitive and single copy sequences occurs throughout the majority of the genome. Detailed examination of the DNA of this protostome r...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Nucleic Acid Renaturation
Leg Length Inequality
Mollusca
Alkaline DNase
Nucleotides
Sand-Dollar
DNA, Double-Stranded

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