Convergent transcription initiates from oppositely oriented promoters within the 5' end regions of Drosophila melanogaster F elements.


Drosophila melanogaster F elements are mobile, oligo(A)-terminated DNA sequences that likely propagate by the retrotranscription of RNA intermediates. Plasmids bearing DNA segments from the left-hand region of a full-length F element fused to the CAT gene were used as templates for transient expression assays in Drosophila Schneider II cultured cells… (More)


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