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Evolutionary transitions in individuality: insights from transposable elementsAGREN, J. Arvid.Trends in ecology & evolution (Amsterdam). 2014, Vol 29, Num 2, pp 90-96, issn 0169-5347, 7 p.Article

Retrotransposon insertions in germ cells and somatic cells. DiscussionKAZAZIAN, H. H; KRAUSE, Philip; LOEWER, Johannes et al.Developments in biologicals. 2001, Vol 106, pp 307-314, issn 1424-6074Conference Paper

The Removal of RNA Primers from DNA Synthesized by the Reverse Transcriptase of the Retrotransposon Tf1 Is Stimulated by Tf1 IntegraseHERZIG, Eytan; VORONIN, Nickolay; HIZI, Amnon et al.Journal of virology. 2012, Vol 86, Num 11, pp 6222-6230, issn 0022-538X, 9 p.Article

Gypsy and the Birth of the SCAN DomainEMERSON, Ryan O; THOMAS, James H.Journal of virology. 2011, Vol 85, Num 22, pp 12043-12052, issn 0022-538X, 10 p.Article

The necessary junk : new functions for transposable elementsMUOTRI, Alysson R; MARCHETTO, Maria C. N; COUFAL, Nicole G et al.Human molecular genetics (Print). 2007, Vol 16, issn 0964-6906, R159-R167, NS2Article

Ancrage chromatinien et intégration rétrovirale: implication des protéines IN et Gag = Involvment of IN and Gag proteins in retroviral integration and chromatin anchoringBEAUCLAIR, Guillaume; TCHALIKIAN-COSSON, Aurélie; BRIDIER-NAHMIAS, Antoine et al.Virologie (Montrouge). 2012, Vol 16, Num 2, pp 73-84, issn 1267-8694, 12 p.Article

TE Displayer for post-genomic analysis of transposable elementsROOKE, Rebecca; GUOJUN YANG.Bioinformatics (Oxford. Print). 2011, Vol 27, Num 2, pp 286-287, issn 1367-4803, 2 p.Article

Characterization of the Transposase Encoded by IS256, the Prototype of a Major Family of Bacterial Insertion Sequence ElementsHENNIG, Susanne; ZIEBUHR, Wilma.Journal of bacteriology. 2010, Vol 192, Num 16, pp 4153-4163, issn 0021-9193, 11 p.Article

Are transposable elements simply silenced or are they under house arrest?BIEMONT, Christian.Trends in genetics (Regular ed.). 2009, Vol 25, Num 8, pp 333-334, issn 0168-9525, 2 p.Article

A tale of two dead ends : origin of a potential new gene and a potential new transposable elementCLUTTERBUCK, A. John.Molecular microbiology (Print). 2007, Vol 63, Num 6, pp 1565-1567, issn 0950-382X, 3 p.Article

Which transposable elements are active in the human genome?MILLS, Ryan E; BENNETT, E. Andrew; ISKOW, Rebecca C et al.Trends in genetics (Regular ed.). 2007, Vol 23, Num 4, pp 183-191, issn 0168-9525, 9 p.Article

Establishment of Tn5096-based transposon mutagenesis in Gordonia polyisoprenivoransBANH, Quyen; ARENSKÖTTER, Matthias; STEINBÜCHEL, Alexander et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 2005, Vol 71, Num 9, pp 5077-5084, issn 0099-2240, 8 p.Article

Epigenomics: Beyond CpG islandsFAZZARI, Melissa J; GREALLY, John M.Nature reviews. Genetics (Print). 2004, Vol 5, Num 6, pp 446-455, issn 1471-0056, 10 p.Article

Retrotransposon suicide : Formation of Ty1 circles and autointegration via a central DNA flapGARFINKEL, David J; STEFANISKO, Karen M; NYSWANER, Katherine M et al.Journal of virology. 2006, Vol 80, Num 24, pp 11920-11934, issn 0022-538X, 15 p.Article

The ecology of the genome: Mobile DNA elements and their hostsBROOKFIELD, John F. Y.Nature reviews. Genetics (Print). 2005, Vol 6, Num 2, pp 128-136, issn 1471-0056, 9 p.Article

Transposable elements in clonal lineages: lethal hangover from sexNUZHDIN, Sergey V; PETROV, Dmitri A.Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 2003, Vol 79, Num 1, pp 33-41, issn 0024-4066, 9 p.Conference Paper

Aspects moléculaires des éléments transposables chez les plantesOHTSUBO, H.Idengaku Zasshi. 1987, Vol 63, Num 1, pp 75-100, issn 0021-504XArticle

Mobile elements in plantsPETERSON, P. A; LAUGHNAN, J. R.Critical reviews in plant sciences. 1987, Vol 6, Num 2, pp 105-208, issn 0735-2689Serial Issue

Transposable elements in eukaryotesFINNEGAN, D. J.International review of cytology. 1985, Vol 93, pp 281-326, issn 0074-7696Article

Transposon Mutagenesis of Planctomyces limnophilus and Analysis of a pckA MutantSCHREIER, Harold J; DEJTISAKDI, Wipawee; ESCALANTE, Jose Ortega et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 2012, Vol 78, Num 19, pp 7120-7123, issn 0099-2240, 4 p.Article

A triptych of the evolution of plant transposable elementsTENAILLON, Maud I; HOLLISTER, Jesse D; GAUT, Brandon S et al.Trends in plant science. 2010, Vol 15, Num 8, pp 471-478, issn 1360-1385, 8 p.Article

Mobilization of a Tn402-Like Class 1 Integron with a Novel Cassette Array via Flanking Miniature Inverted-Repeat Transposable Element-Like StructuresGILLINGS, Michael R; LABBATE, Maurizio; SAJJAD, Ammara et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 2009, Vol 75, Num 18, pp 6002-6004, issn 0099-2240, 3 p.Article

Insertion sequence IS900 revisitedSEMRET, Makeda; TURENNE, Christine Y; BEHR, Marcel A et al.Journal of clinical microbiology (Print). 2006, Vol 44, Num 3, pp 1081-1083, issn 0095-1137, 3 p.Article

Tn5 transposase loops DNA in the absence of Tn5 transposon end sequencesADAMS, Christian D; SCHNURR, Bernhard; SKOKO, Dunja et al.Molecular microbiology (Print). 2006, Vol 62, Num 6, pp 1558-1568, issn 0950-382X, 11 p.Article

Structure et évolution des éléments transposables : Structure et évolution des éléments transposables = Structure and evolution of transposable elements : Structure and evolution of transposable elementsCAPY, P.Journal de la Société de biologie. 2004, Vol 198, Num 4, pp 393-398, issn 1295-0661, 6 p.Article

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