Evolutionary dynamics of satellite DNA repeats from Phaseolus beans

@article{Ribeiro2016EvolutionaryDO,
  title={Evolutionary dynamics of satellite DNA repeats from Phaseolus beans},
  author={Tiago L Ribeiro and Karla G. B. dos Santos and Manon M. S. Richard and Mireille S{\'e}vignac and Vincent Thareau and Val{\'e}rie Geffroy and Andrea Pedrosa-Harand},
  journal={Protoplasma},
  year={2016},
  volume={254},
  pages={791-801}
}
Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) subtelomeres are highly enriched for khipu, the main satellite DNA identified so far in this genome. Here, we comparatively investigate khipu genomic organization in Phaseolus species from different clades. Additionally, we identified and characterized another satellite repeat, named jumper, associated to khipu. A mixture of P. vulgaris khipu clones hybridized in situ confirmed the presence of khipu-like sequences on subterminal chromosome regions in all… CONTINUE READING

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