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An inverted repeat (or IR) is a sequence of nucleotides that is the reversed complement of another sequence further downstream.
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inverted repeats. global inverted repeat. local inverted repeat. inverted repeat with spacer ... Retrotransposon (Long terminal repeat, SINEs, LINEs) · Genomic ...
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An inverted repeat, or biological palindrome, consists of two arms of similar ... Therefore, it is the inverted repeat structure rather than the sequence that is ...
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The PAI genes are arranged as a tandem inverted repeat plus two singlet genes at unlinked loci. ... particular, the PAI1–PAI4 inverted repeat is flanked by 2.9 ...
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Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions ... Inverted repeat: A sequence of nucleotides in the DNA that is identical to ...
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Chloroplast, Inverted Repeat, Inversion. 1. Introduction ... Mapping of the Chloroplast DNA Inverted Repeat - a. Molecular Phylogeny of the Asteridae. ...
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For example, a transcribed inverted repeat of endogenous genes in Arabidopsis ... The PAI1-PAI4 inverted repeat is transcribed from a fortuitous promoter that ...
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The inverted repeat is illustrated by the opposing arrows. ... In figure 6B, replication occurs into one half of the inverted repeat. ...
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Miniature Inverted-repeat Transposable Elements (MITEs) (Class III) Transposons. in maize ... Miniature Inverted-repeat Transposable Elements (MITEs) ...
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Furthermore, we found that the inverted repeat locus is required for maintenance ... In WS, the PAI1–PAI4 inverted repeat is centrally asymmetric, with the 3' ...
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Repeated sequence summary with 2 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, ... An inverted repeat consisting of 17 bp complementary sequences was isolated from ...
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Coordinated expression of clustered cancer/testis genes encoded in a large inverted repeat DNA structure. ... MAGEA, inverted repeat, genes, testis, DNA ...
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inverted repeat transposable elements (MITEs) ... rice miniature inverted repeat transposable ... Feschotte C, Zhang X, Wessler SR: Miniature inverted-repeat ...
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