Naoko Takasaki

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Several subfamilies of the salmonid Hpa I short interspersed element (SINE) family were isolated from salmonid genomes and were sequenced. For each genomic locus that represented the subfamily,(More)
Fourteen members of the Hpa I subfamilies of tRNA-derived SINEs in particular salmonid species were isolated from genomic libraries of chum salmon, kokanee, coho salmon, masu salmon, and steelhead.(More)
Salmonid species contain numerous short interspersed repetitive elements (SINEs), known collectively as the HpaI family, in their genomes. Amplification and successive integration of individual SINEs(More)
The genomes of chum salmon and pink salmon contain a family of short interspersed repetitive elements (SINEs), designated the salmon SmaI family. It is restricted to these two species, a distribution(More)