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Peculiar Evolutionary History of miR390-Guided TAS3-Like Genes in Land Plants
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The presented analysis shows that moss TAS3 families may undergone losses of tasiAP2 sites during evolution toward ferns and seed plants and confirms that miR390-guided genes coding for ARF- and AP2-specific ta-siRNAs have been gradually changed during land plant evolution. Expand
Novel miR390-Dependent Transacting siRNA Precursors in Plants Revealed by a PCR-Based Experimental Approach and Database Analysis
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A novel type of miR390-dependent TAS sequences was identified in dicots, characterized by a smaller distance betweenMiR390 sites compared to TAS3, a single copy of ta-siARF, and a sequence conservation pattern pointing to the possibility that processing of novel TAS-like locus is initiated by cleavage of the 5′-terminal miR 390 target site. Expand
Molecular Diversity of miR390-Guided Transacting siRNA Precursor Genes in Lower Land Plants: Experimental Approach and Bioinformatics Analysis
Transacting siRNA loci (TAS3-like) of a particular plant species are usually represented by several gene families. PCR-based approach was used as a phylogenetic profiling tool to probe genomic DNAExpand
TAS3 genes for small ta-siARF RNAs in plants belonging to subtribe senecioninae: Occurrence of prematurely terminated RNA precursors
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It is revealed that the TAS3 species in Senecio representatives was actively transcribed, and its homologues are distributed among many Asteracea plants and found to be similar to Arabidopsis AtTAS3a gene. Expand
The Hordeum bulbosum 25S-18S rDNA region: comparison with Hordeum vulgare and other Triticeae
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Alignment of the Triticeae promoter sequences suggests that in Hordeum, as in diploid Triticum, transcription starts with guanine and not with adenine as it is in many other plants. Expand
Comparative study of PCR test kits for ASFV DNA detection
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The paper presents comparative test results of 12 domestically produced diagnostic kits/PCR test systems for DNA detection of the African swine fever virus, finding that only 33% of the studied kits for ASFV DNA detection were compliant. Expand
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