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When genomes collide: multiple modes of germline misregulation in a dysgenic syndrome of Drosophila virilis

bioRxiv

May 13, 2014

Mauricio A. GaldosJustin Blumenstiel

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In sexually reproducing species the union of gametes that are not closely related can result in genomic incompatibility. Hybrid dysgenic syndromes represent a form of genomic incompatibility that can arise when transposable element (TE) abundance differs between two parents. When TEs la...read more

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When genomes collide: multiple modes of germline misregulation in a dysgenic syndrome of Drosophila virilis

bioRxiv

May 13, 2014

Mauricio A. GaldosJustin Blumenstiel

PMID: 990005124

DOI: 10.1101/005124

Abstract

In sexually reproducing species the union of gametes that are not closely related can result in genomic incompatibility. Hybrid dysgenic syndromes represent a form of genomic incompatibility that can arise when transposable element (TE) abundance differs between two parents. When TEs la...read more

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Study
Small Nuclear RNA
Patterns
Germ-Line Mutation
Genome
Genes
Genomic Stability
Gene Expression
Study of Epigenetics
Genomics
6
1

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