Genomic organization, sequence interrelationship, and physical localization using in situ hybridization of two tandemly repeated DNA sequences in the genus Olea.

@article{Katsiotis1998GenomicOS,
  title={Genomic organization, sequence interrelationship, and physical localization using in situ hybridization of two tandemly repeated DNA sequences in the genus Olea.},
  author={Andreas Katsiotis and Marianna Hagidimitriou and A. Douka and Polydefkis Hatzopoulos},
  journal={Genome},
  year={1998},
  volume={41 4},
  pages={527-34}
}
Two tandemly repeated DNA sequences, the 81-bp family and pOS218, have been isolated from a Sau3AI Olea europaea ssp. sativa partial genomic library. Sequencing of the 81-bp element showed the monomer to be between 78 and 84 bases long and to contain 51-58% adenine and thymidine residues. Comparison between the monomers revealed heterogeneity of the sequence primary structure. The clone pOS218 is 218 bases long, and sequence comparison between the two elements revealed that an internal region… CONTINUE READING