The evolutionary history of mariner-like elements in Neotropical drosophilids

@article{Wallau2011TheEH,
  title={The evolutionary history of mariner-like elements in Neotropical drosophilids},
  author={G. Wallau and A. Hua-Van and P. Capy and E. Loreto},
  journal={Genetica},
  year={2011},
  volume={139},
  pages={327-338}
}
The evolutionary history of mariner-like elements (MLEs) in 49 mainly Neotropical drosophilid species is described. So far, the investigations about the distribution of MLEs were performed mainly using hybridization assays with the Mos1 element (the first mariner active element described) in a widely range of drosophilid species and these sequences were found principally in species that arose in Afrotropical and Sino-Indian regions. Our analysis in mainly Neotropical drosophilid species shows… Expand
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