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BackgroundWe have recently described a peculiar feature of the promoters in two Drosophila Tc1-like elements, Bari1 and Bari3… Expand How do DNA transposons live in harmony with their hosts? Bacteria provide the only documented mechanisms for autoregulation, but… Expand BackgroundThe activity of transposable elements can be regulated by different means. DNA CpG methylation is known to decrease or… Expand Hsmar1 is a member of the mariner family of DNA transposons. Although widespread in nature, their molecular mechanism remains… Expand Gene therapy applications require efficient tools for the stable delivery of genetic information into eukaryotic genomes. Most… Expand ABSTRACT Hsmar1, one of the two subfamilies of mariner transposons in humans, is an ancient element that entered the primate… Expand ABSTRACT Transposons have contributed protein coding sequences to a unexpectedly large number of human genes. Except for the V(D… Expand It was almost 30 years ago when Francois Jacob declared that evolutionary innovation (the emergence of novel form and function… Expand A confident consensus sequence for Hsmar1, the first mariner transposon recognized in the human genome, was generated using three… Expand The 11 papers in this issue, comprising the Mariner 10 imaging team final report, are brought together,
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