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Transposon variants and their effects on gene expression in Arabidopsis

PLoS Genetics

Feb 15, 2013

Xi WangLisa M Smith

Abstract

Transposable elements (TEs) make up the majority of many plant genomes. Their transcription and transposition is controlled through siRNAs and epigenetic marks including DNA methylation. To dissect the interplay of siRNA-mediated regulation and TE evolution, and to examine how TE differ...read more

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Transposition of Intestine (Disorder)
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Transposon variants and their effects on gene expression in Arabidopsis

PLoS Genetics

Feb 15, 2013

Xi WangLisa M Smith

PMID: 23408902

DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1003255

Abstract

Transposable elements (TEs) make up the majority of many plant genomes. Their transcription and transposition is controlled through siRNAs and epigenetic marks including DNA methylation. To dissect the interplay of siRNA-mediated regulation and TE evolution, and to examine how TE differ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Gene Polymorphism
DNA Methylation [PE]
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Protein Methylation
Genome
Arabidopsis
RNA, Small Interfering
Transposition of Intestine (Disorder)
Meristem
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1
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