Male germline control of transposable elements.

Abstract

Repetitive sequences, especially transposon-derived interspersed repetitive elements, account for a large fraction of the genome in most eukaryotes. Despite the repetitive nature, these transposable elements display quantitative and qualitative differences even among species of the same lineage. Although transposable elements contribute greatly as a driving… (More)
DOI: 10.1095/biolreprod.111.095463

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