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An insertion sequence is a short DNA sequence that acts as a simple transposable element. Insertion sequences have two major characteristics: they are small relative to other transposable elements and only code for proteins implicated in the transposition activity ....
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Article on the sequence that directs translation of UGA as selenocysteine ... SECIS element (SECIS: selenocysteine insertion sequence) is an RNA element ...
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The IS1167 insertion sequence is a phylogenetically informative marker among ... A new insertion sequence IS 231 element, named IS 231M, has been isolated from a ...
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In addition to being small, insertion sequences are genetically compact ( Fig 1) ... that, on insertion, most generate short directly repeated sequences (DR) of the ...
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Recently, another insertion sequence, ISXC6, was isolated from X. campestris pv. ... juglandis is also an insertion sequence, given the name IS1403, by the Plasmid ...
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Insertion,Sequence,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... Insertion sequence (IS) ... insertion sequence ...
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amplification of the T-DNA insertion site and DNA sequence of the products are determined. ... A single best location (based on E value) for each insertion sequence ...
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Any sequence in the genome can become an IS element and, therefore, these ... As a result, a copy of the transposon appears at the site of insertion. ...
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