Occan, a novel transposon in the Fot1 family, is ubiquitously found in several Magnaporthe grisea isolates

@article{Kito2003OccanAN,
  title={Occan, a novel transposon in the Fot1 family, is ubiquitously found in several Magnaporthe grisea isolates},
  author={Hitoshi Kito and Yutaka Takahashi and Junko Sato and Satoru Fukiya and Teruo Sone and Fusao Tomita},
  journal={Current Genetics},
  year={2003},
  volume={42},
  pages={322-331}
}
Abstract. We investigated a DNA fragment and its flanking region deleted in the spontaneous Pi-a virulent mutant of Magnaporthe grisea Ina168. A new transposon-like sequence was identified from a region adjacent to the deleted fragment and was named Occan. Occan contained a 2,259-bp ORF interrupted by one 63-bp intron and had both a TA dinucleotide and 77 bp of perfect inverted repeats at both termini, without direct repeats. These features indicated that Occan is a member of the Fot1 family… CONTINUE READING

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