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Terminal Repeat Sequences

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  • Here we employ a novel approach to determine the insertion dates for 17 of 23 retrotransposons found near the maize adh1 gene, and two others from unlinked sites in the maize genome, by comparison of long terminal repeat (LTR) divergences with the sequence divergence between adh1 in maize and sorghum [7].
  • The cataract Fraser mutation is a transposon-induced splicing error that substitutes a long terminal repeat sequence for the carboxy-terminus of MIP [8].
  • The antigenic activity has been localized to the open reading frame (ORF) protein encoded in the long terminal repeat of MMTV [9].
  • The induced hypersensitive region coincides with a segment of the MTV long terminal repeat sequence that specifically binds purified glucocorticoid receptor in vitro and functions as a hormone-dependent enhancer element in vivo [10].
  • The 4026 nucleotide long FBJ-MuSV proviral DNA contains two long terminal repeats, a substitution of 1639 nucleotides of mouse cellular DNA (v-fos) and the 3' end of the env gene derived from FBJ-MuLV [11].

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