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Mobile DNA, ISSN 1759-8753, 06/2015, Volume 6, Issue 1, p. 11
Repbase Update (RU) is a database of representative repeat sequences in eukaryotic genomes. Since its first development as a database of human repetitive... 
Database | RepbaseSubmitter | Repbase Reports | Transposable element | Repbase Update | SUPERFAMILIES | TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENTS | CLASSIFICATION | DE-NOVO IDENTIFICATION | DNA TRANSPOSONS | FAMILIES | GENETICS & HEREDITY | FISH | TOOL | Genomes | Databases | Transposons | Genomics | Proteins | Researchers | Taxonomy | Genes | Classification | Research | Data bases | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA
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Aoki gendai sōsho, ISBN 9784250810282
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2012, 1st ed., Methods in enzymology, ISBN 9780123812728, Volume 514
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2012, 1st ed., Methods in enzymology, ISBN 9780123812728, Volume 514
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1969, Iwanami shinsho, 716, 201
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1961, Iwanami shinsho, 400, 206
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1975, Aoki gendai sōsho, xiv, 288 p. --
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 09/2016, Volume 11, Issue 9, p. e0163496
Transposons, or transposable elements, are the major components of genomes in most eukaryotes. Some groups of transposons have developed target specificity... 
Genomes | Transposons | Ribosomal RNA | Fishes | Genes | Genomics | rRNA 28S | Insertion | Zebrafish | Birds | Coexistence | Ribonucleic acid--RNA | Vertebrates | Eukaryotes | Animals | 3' Untranslated regions | Gene disruption | Phylogenetics | Arthropods | Evolution | Fish | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA | Transfer RNA | RNA | Ribonucleic acid | Deoxyribonucleic acid | DNA
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by Kashiwagi, Kenji and Kogure, Satoshi and Mabuchi, Fumihiko and Chiba, Tatsuya and Yamamoto, Tetsuya and Kuwayama, Yasuaki and Araie, Makoto and Aihara, Makoto and Abe, Haruki and Iwase, Aiko and Uji, Yukitaka and Katsushima, Harumi and Kitazawa, Yoshiaki and Sawaguchi, Shoichi and Shimizu, Hiroshi and Shirato, Shiroaki and Sugiyama, Kazuhisa and Suzuki, Yasuyuki and Tanihara, Hidenobu and Tawara, Akihiko and Tomita, Goji and Tomidokoro, Atsuo and Negi, Akira and Fukuchi, Takeo and Matsumoto, Chota and Mishima, Hiromu K and Yoshikawa, Keiji and Yoshitomi, Takeshi and Inoue, Yoshitsugu and Aoyama, Yumiko and Kawase, Kazuhide and Ban, Takahiro and Sawada, Akira and Mochizuki, Kiyofumi and Futa, Ryusuke and Nakamoto, Kenji and Sugiyama, Tetsuya and Kojima, Shota and Hirotsuji, Norihiko and Kano, Kiyoshi and Ohura, Atsushi and Kawai, Eriko and Nakata, Atsuko and Kuwamura, Rika and Okuno, Kensuke and Yawata, Kenji and Matsumoto, Shun and Abe, Haruki and Fukuchi, Takeo and Shirakashi, Motohiro and Ueda, Jun and Tanaka, Takayuki and Negi, Akira and Nakamura, Makoto and Kanamori, Akiyasu and Yamada, Yuko and Tawara, Akihiko and Kubota, Toshiaki and Tou, Norihiko and Kimura, Tairo and Furusawa, Chiaki and Inoue, Naoki and Kawabata, Kiho and Tachibana, Nobuhiko and Matsuda, Akira and Seto, Takahiko and Kimura, Satoshi and Ueno, Satoki and Tokuda, Naoto and Inoue, Jun and Sugiyama, Kazuhisa and Ohkubo, Shinji and Higashide, Tomomi and Saito, Yoshiaki and Takeda, Hisashi and Nagata, Atsushi and Uji, Yukitaka and Tsukitome, Hideyuki and Ito, Kunio and Ikesugi, Kengo and Matsumura, Miyo and Nambu, Hiroyuki and Hamanaka, Teruhiko and Omata, Takayasu and Watanabe, Yukiko and Sakuma, Keiko and Amari, Yoko and Takahashi, Genichiro and Noro, Takahiko and Miyata, Hiroshi and Hirasawa, Manabu and Ohtake, Yuichiro and Yuki, Kenya and Tomita, Goji and Aihara, Makoto and Tomidokoro, Atsuo and Matsuo, Hiroshi and Atarashi, Takuya and Mayama, Chihiro and Yamagami, Junkichi and ... and Collaborative Bleb-Related and Collaborative Bleb-Related Infection Incidence and Treatment Study Group and the Collaborative Bleb-Related Infection Incidence and Treatment Study Group
Acta Ophthalmologica, ISSN 1755-375X, 11/2016, Volume 94, Issue 7, pp. e561 - e570
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Biology Direct, ISSN 1745-6150, 09/2011, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 44 - 44
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by Shoji, Nobuyuki and Arakaki, Yoshikuni and Nakamoto, Kenji and Yamamoto, Tetsuya and Kuwayama, Yasuaki and Aoyama, Yumiko and Kawase, Kazuhide and Ban, Takahiro and Sawada, Akira and Mochizuki, Kiyofumi and Futa, Ryusuke and Yasuda, Noriko and Nakajima, Masayuki and Sugiyama, Tetsuya and Kojima, Shota and Hirotsuji, Norihiko and Kano, Kiyoshi and Ohura, Atsushi and Kawai, Eriko and Nakata, Atsuko and Kuwamura, Rika and Okuno, Kensuke and Yawata, Kenji and Matsumoto, Shun and Abe, Haruki and Fukuchi, Takeo and Shirakashi, Motohiro and Ueda, Jun and Tanaka, Takayuki and Negi, Akira and Nakamura, Makoto and Kanamori, Akiyasu and Yamada, Yuko and Tawara, Akihiko and Kubota, Toshiaki and Tou, Norihiko and Kimura, Tairo and Furusawa, Chiaki and Inoue, Naoki and Kawabata, Kiho and Tachibana, Nobuhiko and Matsuda, Akira and Seto, Takahiko and Kimura, Satoshi and Ueno, Satoki and Tokuda, Naoto and Inoue, Jun and Sugiyama, Kazuhisa and Ohkubo, Shinji and Higashide, Tomomi and Saito, Yoshiaki and Takeda, Hisashi and Nagata, Atsushi and Uji, Yukitaka and Tsukitome, Hideyuki and Ito, Kunio and Ikesugi, Kengo and Matsumura, Miyo and Nambu, Hiroyuki and Hamanaka, Teruhiko and Omata, Takayasu and Watanabe, Yukiko and Sakuma, Keiko and Amari, Yoko and Takahashi, Genichiro and Noro, Takahiko and Miyata, Hiroshi and Hirasawa, Manabu and Ohtake, Yuichiro and Yuki, Kenya and Araie, Makoto and Tomita, Goji and Aihara, Makoto and Tomidokoro, Atsuo and Matsuo, Hiroshi and Atarashi, Takuya and Mayama, Chihiro and Yamagami, Junkichi and Okinami, Satoshi and Ishikawa, Shinichiro and Morita, Tetsuya and Otsuki, Tomohiro and Suzuki, Hiromasa and Naruse, Ryoko and Yamakawa, Yayoi and Kasahara, Masayuki and Yoshitomi, Takeshi and Kashiwagi, Kenji and Mabuchi, Fumihiko and Chiba, Tatsuya and Suzuki, Yasuyuki and Shimizu, Satoko and Mishima, Hiromu K and Kiuchi, Yoshiaki and Mochizuki, Hideki and Sone, Takashi and Tsukamoto, Hidetoshi and Okada, Koji and Sawaguchi, Shoichi and Sakai, Hiroshi and ... and Collaborative Bleb Related and Collaborative Bleb-related Infection Incidence and Treatment Study Group and The Collaborative Bleb-related Infection Incidence and Treatment Study Group
Acta Ophthalmologica, ISSN 1755-375X, 03/2018, Volume 96, Issue 2, pp. e229 - e236
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Genes & Genetic Systems, ISSN 1341-7568, 2018
The majority of eukaryotic genomes contain a large fraction of repetitive sequences that primarily originate from transpositional bursts of transposable... 
transposon | retrotransposon | transposase | reverse transcriptase | Repbase
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