The polychromatic Helitron landscape of the maize genome

Du, C., Fefelova, N., Caronna, J., He, L., Dooner HK.  2009.  

Journal:

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.

Volume Number:

106

Pages:

19916–19921

Abstract:

150 copies of a transposon-like sequence, termed Heltir, that has terminal inverted repeats resembling Helitron 3' termini. Nonautonomous Helitrons make up at least 2% of the maize genome and most of those tested show +/- polymorphisms among modern inbred lines.

Notes:

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Citation:
Du, C., Fefelova, N., Caronna, J., He, L., Dooner HK.  2009.  The polychromatic Helitron landscape of the maize genome. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.. 106:19916–19921.