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New Insights into Nested Long Terminal Repeat Retrotransposons in Brassica Species

Retrotransposition of the I factor, a non-long terminal repeat retrotransposon of Drosophila, generates tandem repeats at the 3′ end

A retrotransposon of the non-long terminal repeat class from the human blood fluke Schistosoma mansoni. Similarities to the chicken-repeat-1-like elements of vertebrates.

Lactobacilli and Vaginal Host Defense: Activation of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Long Terminal Repeat, Cytokine Production, and NF-κB

Generation of Human Immunodeficiency Virus–1 Long Terminal Repeat Reporter Genes by Rapid Polymerase Chain Reaction–Mediated Mutagenesis

Evolution of 2-long terminal repeat (2-LTR) episomal HIV-1 DNA in raltegravir-treated patients and in in vitro infected cells

SR2 elements, non-long terminal repeat retrotransposons of the RTE-1 lineage from the human blood fluke Schistosoma mansoni.

Short-Course Raltegravir Intensification Does Not Increase 2 Long Terminal Repeat Episomal HIV-1 DNA in Patients on Effective Antiretroviral Therapy

Comparative Genomic Analysis Reveals Multiple Long Terminal Repeats, Lineage-Specific Amplification, and Frequent Interelement Recombination for Cassandra Retrotransposon in Pear (Pyrus bretschneideri Rehd.)

Structure and possible function of a G-quadruplex in the long terminal repeat of the proviral HIV-1 genome

Patterns of sequence conservation at termini of long terminal repeat (LTR) retrotransposons and DNA transposons in the human genome: lessons from phage Mu

 

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(LTR)

A length of double-stranded DNA, typically 250–600 bp, that is repeated at each end of integrated retroviral DNA and certain retrotransposons. One LTR directs the host cell to initiate transcription of the retroviral DNA, while the other directs cellular enzymes to trim the primary RNA transcript.

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