Putative secondary structures of unusually long strepsipteran SSU rRNAs and its phylogenetic implications.

@article{Choe1999PutativeSS,
  title={Putative secondary structures of unusually long strepsipteran SSU rRNAs and its phylogenetic implications.},
  author={Chong Pyo Choe and U. W. ok Hwang and Won Young Kim},
  journal={Molecules and cells},
  year={1999},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={
          191-9
        }
}
We constructed the putative secondary structures of the small subunit rRNAs (SSU rRNA) from three strepsipteran insects. The primary sequences of the strepsipteran SSU rRNAs are unusually long due to unique and long insertions. In spite of these insertions, the basic shapes of their secondary structures are well maintained as shown in those of other eukaryotes, because these insertions appear mainly in the variable regions. The secondary structures for the V1, V3, V5, V8, and V9 regions are… CONTINUE READING

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