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SOME CALCULATIONS ON THE AMOUNT OF SELFISH DNAOHTA T; KIMURA M.1981; PROC. NATL. ACAD. SCI. U.S.A., BIOL. SCI.; ISSN 0273-1134; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 78; NO 2; PP. 1129-1132; BIBL. 23 REF.Article

Total DNA transcription reveals the existence of highly repetitive transcribable sequences in higher animalsOKADA, N; SAKAMOTO, K; KONDO, A et al.Journal of biochemistry (Tokyo). 1983, Vol 93, Num 3, pp 723-731, issn 0021-924XArticle

SEQUENCE ORGANIZATION AND GENOMIC DISTRIBUTION OF THE MAJOR FAMILY OF INTERSPERSED REPEATS OF MOUSE DNAMEUNIER ROTIVAL M; SORIANO P; CUNY G et al.1982; PROC. NATL. ACAD. SCI. U.S.A., BIOL. SCI.; ISSN 0273-1134; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 79; NO 2; PP. 355-359; BIBL. 19 REF.Article

Sequence organisation in nuclear DNA from Physarum polycephalum genomic organisation of DNA segments containing foldback sequencesPEOPLES, O. P; ROBINSON, A. C; WHITTAKER, P. A et al.Biochimica et biophysica acta. 1983, Vol 741, Num 2, pp 204-213, issn 0006-3002Article

Sequence organisation in nuclear DNA from Physarum polycephalum: arrangement of highly-repeated sequencesGERRIE, L. M; HUMPHREYS, J; PEOPLES, O. P et al.Biochimica et biophysica acta. 1983, Vol 741, Num 2, pp 214-223, issn 0006-3002Article

Nonrandom distribution of long mono- and dinucleotide repeats in Drosophila chromosomes: correlations with dosage compensation, heterochromatin, and recombinationLOWENHAUPT, K. Y; RICH, A; PARDUE, M. L et al.Molecular and cellular biology (Print). 1989, Vol 9, Num 3, pp 1173-1182, issn 0270-7306, 10 p.Article

REPETITIVE SEQUENCES IN EUKARYOTIC DNA AND THEIR EXPRESSIONJELINEK WR; SCHMID CW.1982; ANNU. REV. BIOCHEM.; ISSN 0066-4154; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 51; PP. 813-844; BIBL. 197 REF.Article

Repetitive sequences and their organization on genomic clones of Zea maysGUPTA, M; SHEPHERD, N; BERTRAM, I et al.EMBO journal (Print). 1984, Vol 3, Num 1, pp 133-139, issn 0261-4189Article

MODERATELY REPETITIVE DNA IN EVOLUTIONBOUCHARD RA.1982; INT. REV. CYTOL.; ISSN 0074-7696; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 76; PP. 113-193; BIBL. 7 P.Article

A FAMILY OF LONG REITERATED DNA SEQUENCES, ON COPY OF WHICH IS NEXT TO THE HUMAN BETA GLOBIN GENEADAMS JW; KAUFMAN RE; KRETSCHMER PJ et al.1980; NUCLEIC ACIDS RES.; ISSN 0305-1048; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 8; NO 24; PP. 6113-6128; BIBL. 52 REF.Article

REPEATED SEQUENCES IN THE MITOCHONDRIAL GENOME OF YEASTBERNARDI G; BERNARDI G.BERNARDI G; BERNARDI G.1980; F.E.B.S. LETTERS; NLD; DA. 1980; VOL. 115; NO 2; PP. 159-162; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

T-REKS: identification of Tandem REpeats in sequences with a K-meanS based algorithmJORDA, Julien; KAJAVA, Andrey V.Bioinformatics (Oxford. Print). 2009, Vol 25, Num 20, pp 2632-2638, issn 1367-4803, 7 p.Article

A family of short, interspersed repeats is associated with tandemly repetitive DNA in the human genomeMERMER, B; COLB, M; KRONTIRIS, T. G et al.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1987, Vol 84, Num 10, pp 3320-3324, issn 0027-8424Article

The adenovirus inverted terminal repeat functions as an enhancer in a cell-free systemMIRALLES, V. J; CORTES, P; STONE, N et al.The Journal of biological chemistry (Print). 1989, Vol 264, Num 18, pp 10763-10772, issn 0021-9258, 10 p.Article

Analysis of Tn3 sequencs required for transposition and immunityCHANG-JEN HUANG; HEFFRON, F; JR-SHIN TWU et al.Gene (Amsterdam). 1986, Vol 41, Num 1, pp 23-31, issn 0378-1119Article

ORGANIZATION OF A FAMILY OF HIGHLY REPETITIVE SEQUENCES WITHIN THE HUMAN GENOMEDARLING SM; CRAMPTON JM; WILLIAMSON R et al.1982; J. MOL. BIOL.; ISSN 0022-2836; GBR; DA. 1982; VOL. 154; NO 1; PP. 51-63; BIBL. 28 REF.Article

PRESENCE OF A HIGHLY REPETITIVE AND WIDELY DISPERSED DNA SEQUENCE IN THE HUMAN GENOMETASHIMA M; CALABRETTA B; TORELLI G et al.1981; PROC. NATL. ACAD. SCI. U.S.A., BIOL. SCI.; ISSN 0273-1134; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 78; NO 3; PP. 1508-1512; BIBL. 30 REF.Article

Structures de type «activatrice» des séquences de DNA moyennement répétées des génomes eucaryotesSHAKHMURADOV, I. A; KOLCHANOV, N. A; SOLOV'EV, V. V et al.Genetika. 1986, Vol 22, Num 3, pp 357-367, issn 0016-6758Article

CLUSTERS OF REPEATED SEQUENCES OF CHICKEN DNA ARE EXTENSIVELY METHYLATED BUT CONTAIN SPECIFIC UNDERMETHYLATED REGIONSEDEN FC; MUSTI AM; SOBIESKI DA et al.1981; J. MOL. BIOL.; ISSN 0022-2836; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 148; NO 2; PP. 129-151; BIBL. 2 P.Article

Human homologs of TU transposon sequences: polypurine/polypyrimidine sequence elements that can alter DNA conformation in vitro and in vivoHOFFMAN-LIEBERMANN, B; LIEBERMANN, D; TROUTT, A et al.Molecular and cellular biology (Print). 1986, Vol 6, Num 11, pp 3632-3642, issn 0270-7306Article

Identification and purification of a Drosophila protein that binds to the terminal 31-base-pair inverted repeats of the P transposable elementRIO, D. C; RUBIN, G. M.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1988, Vol 85, Num 23, pp 8929-8933, issn 0027-8424Article

Site-specific nicking within the adenovirus inverted terminal repetitionCHOW, K.-C; PEARSON, G. D.Nucleic acids research. 1984, Vol 12, Num 3, pp 1489-1500, issn 0305-1048Article

Prototypic sequences for human repetitive DNAJURKA, J; WALICHIEWICZ, J; MILASOVLJEVIC, A et al.Journal of molecular evolution. 1992, Vol 35, Num 4, pp 286-291, issn 0022-2844Article

TRAP: Tandem Repeat Assembly Program produces improved shotgun assemblies of repetitive sequencesTAMMI, Martti T; ARNER, Erik; ANDERSSON, Björn et al.Computer methods and programs in biomedicine. 2003, Vol 70, Num 1, pp 47-59, issn 0169-2607, 13 p.Article

Inverted terminal repeat sequences are important for intermolecular recombination and circularization of adeno-associated virus genomesZIYING YAN; ZAK, Roman; YULONG ZHANG et al.Journal of virology. 2005, Vol 79, Num 1, pp 364-379, issn 0022-538X, 16 p.Article

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