S. S. Potter

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Two subfamilies of L1 elements, differing dramatically in the first 1.2 kb of sequence at their 5' ends, were identified in the prosimian primate, Galago garnetti. Interesting patterns of sequence similarity were observed between the galago subfamilies, and with the L1s from human and from another prosimian, the slow loris. Furthermore, members of one of(More)
A few foldback (FB) transposable elements have, between their long terminal inverted repeats, central loop sequences which have been shown to be different from FB inverted repeat sequences. We have investigated loop sequences from two such FB elements by analyzing their genomic distribution and sequence conservation and, in particular, by determining if(More)
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