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Direct Repeats


Direct repeats are a type of genetic sequence that consists of two or more repeats of a specific sequence.
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local direct repeats with spacer. inverted repeats. global inverted repeat. local inverted repeat ... Tandem repeats ... Interspersed repeats ...
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The length of the direct repeats ranges from 2 to 13 bp and is a fixed ... IS1096 and ISTUB also form typical direct repeats of 8 and 4 bp, respectively (3, ...
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... pair of 12-base-pair direct repeat sequences overlap the putative RNA polymerase ... Similar direct repeat sequences are present in other chitinase genes recently ...
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Direct repeat - two (l,k) segments are located in the same orientation in a ... Direct complementary repeats - two segments are located in the same orientation ...
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... coli recA strains with a plasmid that contains direct repeats of these sequences. ... structures containing direct repeats of IS50 or Tn5 during the ...
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... prominent feature of this sequence is the presence of five 22 bp direct repeats. ... that contains two of these direct repeats was inserted into plasmid pACYC184, ...
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Overlapping direct repeats stimulate deletions in spedally designed derivatives of plasmid pBR325 ... 17-18 bp and perfect 11 bp direct repeats at the ...
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The repartitions of spacer size for direct and inverted repeats (fig. ... Black boxes represent the direct repeats, and gray boxes represent the inverted ones. ...
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... by bringing the DNA slippage sites (direct repeats) into close proximity (45,44) ... The nascent strand has copied the 5' direct repeat. ...
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A novel C 1-3 A direct repeat recombination assay has been established to ... recombination between control substrates, direct repeats of either C 4 A ...
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Both direct and inverted repeats act as sites for genetic ... fect direct repeats argues that the majority of deletion ... nascent strand at the direct repeats ...
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Deletion of direct repeats in retroviral genomes provides an in vivo system for ... did not increase the rate of template switching for shorter direct repeats. ...
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U, considering direct, inverted, mirror as well as ... examples of other genetic diseases that have been associated with direct repeats ... ( a) Direct repeat ...
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... it has been suggested that direct tandem repeats near DMRs could be involved. ... Control of PHERES1 Imprinting in Arabidopsis by Direct Tandem Repeats. ...
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present up to 60 times less frequently than direct repeats ... direct and inverted repeats in bacterial genomes has ... of inverted/direct repeats is almost al ...
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Repeat finds direct repeats in sequences. ... Here is a session using Repeat to find all the direct repeats in the first 1,000 ...
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... or insertion depends on the length of DNA homology between the direct repeats. ... Thus, direct repeats are "hot spots" for deletion formation. ...
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