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direct repeats


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direct repeats

direct repeats

direct tandem repeat

Control of PHERES1 Imprinting in Arabidopsis by Direct Tandem Repeats

Fate of Direct and Inverted Repeats in the RNA Hypermutagenesis Reaction

Proliferation of direct repeats near the Oenothera chloroplast DNA origin of replication.

Structures of ω repressors bound to direct and inverted DNA repeats explain modulation of transcription

Nonspaced inverted DNA repeats are preferential targets for homology-directed gene repair in mammalian cells

Direct mapping of symbolic DNA sequence into frequency domain in global repeat map algorithm

Large CAG/CTG repeat templates produced by PCR, usefulness for the DIRECT method of cloning genes with CAG/CTG repeat expansions

Polymorphic insertion of additional repeat within an area of direct 8 bp tandem repeats in the 5′-untranslated region of the p53R2 gene and cancer risk

A novel insertion sequence, IS1642, of Mycobacterium avium, which forms long direct repeats of variable length

Distribution of Repetitive Sequences on the Leading and Lagging Strands of the Escherichia coli Genome: Comparative Study of Long Direct Repeat (LDR) Sequences

Short, direct repeats (SDRs)-mediated post-transcriptional processing of a transcription factor gene OsVP1 in rice (Oryza sativa)

Arterial versus vein graft patency in coronary artery bypass grafting patients with ischemia-directed repeat angiography

Large-scale evaluation of imprinting status in the Prader–Willi syndrome region: an imprinted direct repeat cluster resembling small nucleolar RNA genes

Crystal structure of the P2 C-repressor: a binder of non-palindromic direct DNA repeats

Target genes and structure of the direct repeats in the DNA-binding sequences of the response regulator PhoP in Streptomyces coelicolor

Gene conversion and deletion frequencies during double-strand break repair in human cells are controlled by the distance between direct repeats

 

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Identical or closely related DNA sequences present in two or more copies in the same orientation in the same molecule, although not necessarily adjacent.

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