The signature of the Cestrum genome suggests an evolutionary response to the loss of (TTTAGGG)n telomeres

@article{Skorov2003TheSO,
  title={The signature of the Cestrum genome suggests an evolutionary response to the loss of (TTTAGGG)n telomeres},
  author={Eva S{\'y}korov{\'a} and Kar Yoong Lim and Jiř{\'i} Fajkus and Andrew Rowland Leitch},
  journal={Chromosoma},
  year={2003},
  volume={112},
  pages={164-172}
}
The genus Cestrum in the Solanaceae family is unusual in lacking Arabidopsis-type telomeres (TTTAGGG)n, although short interstitial telomeric sequences (ITSs) occur scattered throughout the genome in both orientations. To isolate candidate telomeric sequences in Cestrum we assumed that some of the ITSs were residues of the original telomeres and that they may still be located in the vicinity of present-day telomeres. Three sequence types associated with ITSs were cloned and characterized; these… CONTINUE READING
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