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    1. Kempken, F
      Hideaway, a repeated element from Ascobolus immersus is rDNA-associated and may resemble a retrotransposon

      CURRENT GENETICS
    2. Nouzova, M; Neumann, P; Navratilova, A; Galbraith, DW; Macas, J
      Microarray-based survey of repetitive genomic sequences in Vicia spp.

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    3. Anderson, OD; Hsia, CC; Torres, V
      The wheat gamma-gliadin genes: characterization of ten new sequences and further understanding of gamma-gliadin gene family structure

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    4. Eto, Y; Ikeda, K; Chuma, I; Kataoka, T; Kuroda, S; Kikuchi, N; Don, LD; Kusaba, M; Nakayashiki, H; Tosa, Y; Mayama, S
      Comparative analyses of the distribution of various transposable elements in Pyricularia and their activity during and after the sexual cycle

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    5. Watts, KJ; Reddy, GR; Holmes, RA; Lok, JB; Knight, DH; Smith, G; Courtney, CH
      Seasonal prevalence of third-stage larvae of Dirofilaria immitis in mosquitoes from Florida and Louisiana

      JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY
    6. Sopory, SK; Maheshwari, SC
      Plant molecular biology in India - The beginnings

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    7. Minelli, S; Maggini, F; Gelati, MT; Angiolillo, A; Cionini, PG
      The chromosome complement of Olea europaea L.: characterization by differential staining of the chromatin and in-situ hybridization of highly repeated DNA sequences

      CHROMOSOME RESEARCH
    8. Horvath, JE; Viggiano, L; Loftus, BJ; Adams, MD; Archidiacono, N; Rocchi, M; Eichler, EE
      Molecular structure and evolution of an alpha satellite/ non-alpha satellite junction at 16p11

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    9. Nishimura, M; Hayashi, N; Jwa, NS; Lau, GW; Hamer, JE; Hasebe, A
      Insertion of the LINE retrotransposon MGL causes a conidiophore pattern mutation in Magnaporthe grisea

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    10. Horakova, M; Fajkus, J
      TAS49-a dispersed repetitive sequence isolated from subtelomeric regions of Nicotiana tomentosiformis chromosomes

      GENOME
    11. Shibata, F; Hizume, M; Kuroki, Y
      Molecular cytogenetic analysis of supernumerary heterochromatic segments in Rumex acetosa

      GENOME
    12. Frello, S; Heslop-Harrison, JS
      Chromosomal variation in Crocus vernus Hill (Iridaceae) investigated by insitu hybridization of rDNA and a tandemly repeated sequence

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    13. Macas, J; Pozarkova, D; Navratilova, A; Nouzova, M; Neumann, P
      Two new families of tandem repeats isolated from genus Vicia using genomicself-priming PCR

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    14. Tolchkov, EV; Rasheva, VI; Bonaccorsi, S; Westphal, T; Gvozdev, VA
      The size and internal structure of a heterochromatic block determine its ability to induce position effect variegation in Drosophila melanogaster

      GENETICS
    15. Kurek, R; Reugels, AM; Lammermann, U; Bunemann, H
      Molecular aspects of intron evolution in dynein encoding mega-genes on theheterochromatic Y chromosome of Drosophila sp.

      GENETICA
    16. Leclerc, GM; Han, KP; Leclerc, GJ; Ely, B
      Characterization of a highly repetitive sequence conserved among the NorthAmerican Morone species

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    17. Fierro, F; Martin, JF
      Molecular mechanisms of chromosomal rearrangement in fungi

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN MICROBIOLOGY
    18. Tutois, S; Cloix, C; Cuvillier, C; Espagnol, MC; Lafleuriel, J; Picard, G; Tourmente, S
      Structural analysis and physical mapping of a pericentromeric region of chromosome 5 of Arabidopsis thaliana

      CHROMOSOME RESEARCH
    19. Rajagopal, J; Das, S; Khurana, DK; Srivastava, PS; Lakshmikumaran, M
      Molecular characterization and distribution of a 145-bp tandem repeat family in the genus Populus

      GENOME
    20. Nouzova, M; Kubalakova, M; Zelova, MD; Koblizkova, A; Neumann, P; Dolezel, J; Macas, J
      Cloning and characterization of new repetitive sequences in field bean (Vicia faba L.)

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    21. Do, GS; Seo, BB; Ko, JM; Lee, SH; Pak, JH; Kim, IS; Song, SD
      Analysis of somaclonal variation through tissue culture and chromosomal localization of rDNA sites by fluorescent in situ hybridization in wild Allium tuberosum and a regenerated variant

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    22. Zoldos, V; Papes, D; Cerbah, M; Panaud, O; Besendorfer, V; Siljak-Yakovlev, S
      Molecular-cytogenetic studies of ribosomal genes and heterochromatin reveal conserved genome organization among 11 Quercus species

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    23. Bardsley, D; Cuadrado, A; Jack, P; Harrison, G; Castilho, A; Heslop-Harrison, JS
      Chromosome markers in the tetraploid wheat Aegilops ventricosa analysed byin situ hybridization

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    24. SCHMIDT R
      PHYSICAL MAPPING OF THE ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA GENOME

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    25. GORTNER G; NENNO M; WEISING K; ZINK D; NAGL W; KAHL G
      CHROMOSOMAL LOCALIZATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF SIMPLE SEQUENCE REPEATS AND THE ARABIDOPSIS-TYPE TELOMERE SEQUENCE IN THE GENOME OF CICER-ARIETINUM L

      Chromosome research
    26. Morroll, SM; Wilson, ZA
      Arabidopsis YAC restriction mapping

      GENOME
    27. Menke, M; Fuchs, J; Schubert, I
      A comparison of sequence resolution on plant chromosomes: PRINS versus FISH

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    28. REY M; OHNO S; PINTORTORO JA; LLOBELL A; BENITEZ T
      UNEXPECTED HOMOLOGY BETWEEN INDUCIBLE CELL-WALL PROTEIN QID74 OF FILAMENTOUS FUNGI AND BR3 SALIVARY PROTEIN OF THE INSECT CHIRONOMUS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    29. WEIDE R; HONTELEZ J; VANKAMMEN A; KOORNNEEF M; ZABEL P
      PARACENTROMERIC SEQUENCES ON TOMATO CHROMOSOME-6 SHOW HOMOLOGY TO HUMAN SATELLITE-III AND TO THE MAMMALIAN CENP-B BINDING BOX

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    30. MOZO T; FISCHER S; SHIZUYA H; ALTMANN T
      CONSTRUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE IGF ARABIDOPSIS BAC LIBRARY

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    31. LOBACHEV KS; SHOR BM; TRAN HT; TAYLOR W; KEEN JD; RESNICK MA; GORDENIN DA
      FACTORS AFFECTING INVERTED REPEAT STIMULATION OF RECOMBINATION AND DELETION IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Genetics
    32. SCHLEGEL R; MELZ G; KORZUN V
      GENES, MARKER AND LINKAGE DATA OF RYE (SECALE-CEREALE L) - 5TH UPDATED INVENTORY

      Euphytica
    33. SALINA EA; PESTSOVA EG; ADONINA IG; VERSHININ AV
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NEW FAMILY OF TANDEM REPEATS IN TRITICEAE GENOMES

      Euphytica
    34. Cuadrado, A; Schwarzacher, T
      The chromosomal organization of simple sequence repeats in wheat and rye genomes

      CHROMOSOMA
    35. CHEN CM; WANG CT; WANG CJ; HO CH; KAO YY; CHEN CC
      2 TANDEMLY REPEATED TELOMERE-ASSOCIATED SEQUENCES IN NICOTIANA-PLUMBAGINIFOLIA

      Chromosome research
    36. DUBCOVSKY J; SCHLATTER AR; ECHAIDE M
      GENOME ANALYSIS OF SOUTH-AMERICAN ELYMUS (TRITICEAE) AND LEYMUS (TRITICEAE) SPECIES BASED ON VARIATION IN REPEATED NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCES

      Genome
    37. FAHLESON J; LAGERCRANTZ U; MOURAS A; GLIMELIUS K
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SOMATIC HYBRIDS BETWEEN BRASSICA-NAPUS AND ERUCA-SATIVA USING SPECIES-SPECIFIC REPETITIVE SEQUENCES AND GENOMIC IN-SITUHYBRIDIZATION

      PLANT SCIENCE
    38. BRANDES A; HESLOPHARRISON JS; KAMM A; KUBIS S; DOUDRICK RL; SCHMIDT T
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF THE CHROMOSOMAL AND GENOMIC ORGANIZATION OF TY1-COPIA-LIKE RETROTRANSPOSONS IN PTERIDOPHYTES, GYMNOSPERMS AND ANGIOSPERMS

      Plant molecular biology
    39. ROMERO D; PALACIOS R
      GENE AMPLIFICATION AND GENOMIC PLASTICITY IN PROKARYOTES

      Annual review of genetics
    40. CECCARELLI M; GIORDANI T; NATALI L; CAVALLINI A; CIONINI PG
      GENOME PLASTICITY DURING SEED-GERMINATION IN FESTUCA-ARUNDINACEA

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    41. FRIJTERS ACJ; ZHANG Z; VANDAMME M; WANG GL; RONALD PC; MICHELMORE RW
      CONSTRUCTION OF A BACTERIAL ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOME LIBRARY CONTAINING LARGE ECORI AND HINDIII GENOMIC FRAGMENTS OF LETTUCE

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    42. YANG Y; MASKER W
      DOUBLE-STRAND BREAKS INCREASE THE INCIDENCE OF GENETIC DELETION ASSOCIATED WITH INTERMOLECULAR RECOMBINATION IN BACTERIOPHAGE-T7

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    43. BOMMINENI VR; JAUHAR PP
      WIDE HYBRIDIZATION AND GENOME RELATIONSHIPS IN CEREALS - AN ASSESSMENT OF MOLECULAR APPROACHES

      Maydica
    44. SHARAKHOVA MV; STEGNII VN; BRAGINETS OP
      INTERSPECIFIC DIFFERENCES IN STRUCTURE OF PERICENTROMERIC HETEROCHROMATIN IN OVARIAN TROPHOCYTES AND EVOLUTION OF MALARIA MOSQUITOS OF THE ANOPHELES MACULIPENNIS SPECIES COMPLEX

      Genetika
    45. TOLCHKOV EV; KRAMEROVA IA; LAVROV SA; RASHEVA VI; BONACCORSI S; ALATORTSEV VE; GVOZDEV VA
      POSITION-EFFECT VARIEGATION IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER X-CHROMOSOME INVERSION WITH A BREAKPOINT IN A SATELLITE BLOCK AND ITS SUPPRESSION INA SECONDARY REARRANGEMENT

      Chromosoma
    46. SOLOVEI IV; JOFFE BI; GAGINSKAYA ER; MACGREGOR HC
      TRANSCRIPTION ON LAMPBRUSH CHROMOSOMES OF A CENTROMERICALLY LOCALIZEDHIGHLY REPEATED DNA IN PIGEON (COLUMBA) RELATES TO SEQUENCE ARRANGEMENT

      Chromosome research
    47. ZHONG XB; DEJONG JH; ZABEL P
      PREPARATION OF TOMATO MEIOTIC PACHYTENE AND MITOTIC METAPHASE CHROMOSOMES SUITABLE FOR FLUORESCENCE IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION (FISH)

      Chromosome research
    48. PEDERSEN C; RASMUSSEN SK; LINDELAURSEN I
      GENOME AND CHROMOSOME IDENTIFICATION IN CULTIVATED BARLEY AND RELATEDSPECIES OF THE TRITICEAE (POACEAE) BY IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION WITH THE GAA-SATELLITE SEQUENCE

      Genome
    49. KIEFERMEYER MC; REDDY AS; DELSENY M
      COMPLEX ARRANGEMENT OF DISPERSED REPEATED DNA-SEQUENCES IN ORYZA-OFFICINALIS

      Genome
    50. ELSHANSHOURY AR; SOLIMAN SA
      ELECTROPHORETIC EVIDENCE FOR SUBGENERIC AND SECTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS OF SOME SPECIES IN VICIA L

      Pakistan journal of botany
    51. TRUSOV YA; DEAR PH
      A MOLECULAR CLOCK BASED ON THE EXPANSION OF GENE FAMILIES

      Nucleic acids research
    52. GRENIER E; LAUMOND C; ABAD P
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 SPECIES-SPECIFIC TANDEMLY REPEATED DNA FROM ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODES STEINERNEMA AND HETERORHABDITIS (NEMATODA, RHABDITIDA)

      Molecular and biochemical parasitology
    53. PIENKOWSKA M; DIMITROULAKOS J; ZIELENSKA M; THORNER P; PLAVSIC N; YEGER H; SQUIRE JA
      SELECTION OF PROBES FOR FLUORESCENCE IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION ANALYSIS BY DIFFERENTIAL DISPLAY POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION OF MESSENGER-RNA FROMRHABDOMYOSARCOMA

      Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
    54. KAPILA R; NEGI MS; THIS P; DELSENY M; SRIVASTAVA PS; LAKSHMIKUMARAN M
      A NEW FAMILY OF DISPERSED REPEATS FROM BRASSICA-NIGRA - CHARACTERIZATION AND LOCALIZATION

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    55. CLUSTER PD; CALDERINI O; PUPILLI F; CREA F; DAMIANI F; ARCIONI S
      THE FATE OF RIBOSOMAL GENES IN 3 INTERSPECIFIC SOMATIC HYBRIDS OF MEDICAGO-SATIVA - 3 DIFFERENT OUTCOMES INCLUDING THE RAPID AMPLIFICATION OF NEW SPACER-LENGTH VARIANTS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    56. SCHMIDT T; HESLOPHARRISON JS
      THE PHYSICAL AND GENOMIC ORGANIZATION OF MICROSATELLITES IN SUGAR-BEET

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    57. YANG Y; MASKER W
      DELETION DURING RECOMBINATION IN BACTERIOPHAGE-T7

      Mutation research
    58. CHERNOV VM; CHERNOVA OA
      DNA-SEQUENCES HOMOLOGOUS TO EUKARYOTIC TOPOISOMERASE-I SITES IN MYCOPLASMA

      Molecular biology
    59. THOMPSON H; SCHMIDT R; BRANDES A; HESLOPHARRISON JS; DEAN C
      A NOVEL REPETITIVE SEQUENCE ASSOCIATED WITH THE CENTROMERIC REGIONS OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA CHROMOSOMES

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    60. FRARY A; PRESTING GG; TANKSLEY SD
      MOLECULAR MAPPING OF THE CENTROMERES OF TOMATO CHROMOSOME-7 AND CHROMOSOME-9

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    61. BHATIA S; NEGI MS; LAKSHMIKUMARAN M
      STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF THE RDNA INTERGENIC SPACER OF BRASSICA-NIGRA -EVOLUTIONARY DIVERGENCE OF THE SPACERS OF THE 3 DIPLOID BRASSICA SPECIES

      Journal of molecular evolution
    62. METTIN D; BLUTHNER WD
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF CYTOGENETIC RESEARCH AT THE PLANT-BREEDING INSTITUTE HALLE HOHENTHURM WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ANEUPLOIDY IN CEREALS/

      Euphytica
    63. NOVICK GE; BATZER MA; DEININGER PL; HERRERA RJ
      THE MOBILE GENETIC ELEMENT ALU IN THE HUMAN GENOME

      Bioscience
    64. ZHONG M; MCCARTHY J; BIERWERT L; LIZOTTEWANIEWSKI M; CHANTEAU S; NUTMAN TB; OTTESEN EA; WILLIAMS SA
      A POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION ASSAY FOR DETECTION OF THE PARASITE WUCHERERIA-BANCROFTI IN HUMAN BLOOD-SAMPLES

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
    65. SIRIDEWA K; KARUNANAYAKE EH; CHANDRASEKHARAN NV
      POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION-BASED TECHNIQUE FOR THE DETECTION OF WUCHERERIA-BANCROFTI IN HUMAN BLOOD-SAMPLES, HYDROCELE FLUID, AND MOSQUITO VECTORS

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
    66. DEAN C; SCHMIDT R
      PLANT GENOMES - A CURRENT MOLECULAR DESCRIPTION

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    67. WILKES TM; FRANCKI MG; LANGRIDGE P; KARP A; JONES RN; FORSTER JW
      ANALYSIS OF RYE B-CHROMOSOME STRUCTURE USING FLUORESCENCE IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION (FISH)

      Chromosome research
    68. SOLARI AJ; DRESSER ME
      HIGH-RESOLUTION CYTOLOGICAL LOCALIZATION OF THE XHOL AND ECORI REPEATSEQUENCES IN THE PACHYTENE ZW BIVALENT OF THE CHICKEN

      Chromosome research
    69. DEMEZAS DH; REARDON TB; STRAIN SR; WATSON JM; GIBSON AH
      DIVERSITY AND GENETIC-STRUCTURE OF A NATURAL-POPULATION OF RHIZOBIUM-LEGUMINOSARUM BV TRIFOLII ISOLATED FROM TRIFOLIUM-SUBTERRANEUM L

      Molecular ecology
    70. MAGGINI F; DOVIDIO R; GELATI MT; FREDIANI M; CREMONINI R; CECCARELLI M; MINELLI S; CIONINI PG
      FOKI DNA REPEATS IN THE GENOME OF VICIA-FABA - SPECIES-SPECIFICITY, STRUCTURE, REDUNDANCY MODULATION, AND NUCLEAR-ORGANIZATION

      Genome
    71. FERRER E; LOARCE Y; HUEROS G
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION AND CHROMOSOME LOCATION OF REPEATED DNA-SEQUENCES IN HORDEUM SPECIES AND IN THE AMPHIPLOID TRITORDEUM (XTRITORDEUM ASCHERSON ET GRAEBNER)

      Genome
    72. ARENS P; ODINOT P; VANHEUSDEN AW; LINDHOUT P; VOSMAN B
      GATA-REPEATS AND GACA-REPEATS ARE NOT EVENLY DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT THE TOMATO GENOME

      Genome
    73. HAMVAS RMJ; LEHRACH HR
      REPETITIVE SEQUENCE FINGERPRINTING IN THE LONG-RANGE MAPPING OF MAMMALIAN GENOMES

      Electrophoresis
    74. VAHEDIAN M; SHI L; ZHU T; OKIMOTO R; DANNA K; KEIM P
      GENOMIC ORGANIZATION AND EVOLUTION OF THE SOYBEAN SB92 SATELLITE SEQUENCE

      Plant molecular biology
    75. ALEDO R; RAZ R; MONFORT A; VICIENT CM; PUIGDOMENECH P; MARTINEZIZQUIERDO JA
      CHROMOSOME LOCALIZATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A FAMILY OF LONG INTERSPERSED REPETITIVE DNA ELEMENTS FROM THE GENUS ZEA

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    76. LI WL; CHEN PD; QI LL; LIU DJ
      ISOLATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND APPLICATION OF A SPECIES-SPECIFIC REPEATED SEQUENCE FROM HAYNALDIA-VILLOSA

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    77. SCHMIDT R; WEST J; LOVE K; LENEHAN Z; LISTER C; THOMPSON H; BOUCHEZ D; DEAN C
      PHYSICAL MAP AND ORGANIZATION OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA CHROMOSOME-4

      Science
    78. ENGLANDER EW; HOWARD BH
      NUCLEOSOME POSITIONING BY HUMAN ALU ELEMENTS IN CHROMATIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    79. SVITASHEV SK; VERSHININ AV; TRUNOVA SA; PERSHINA LA; SHUMNY VK
      MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF THE GENOMES OF WIDE HYBRIDS IN CEREALS

      Hereditas
    80. HOGAN NC; SLOT F; TRAVERSE KL; GARBE JC; BENDENA WG; PARDUE ML
      STABILITY OF TANDEM REPEATS IN THE DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER HSR-OMEGA NUCLEAR-RNA

      Genetics
    81. HUXLEY C
      MAMMALIAN ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOMES - A NEW TOOL FOR GENE-THERAPY

      Gene therapy
    82. CHEDIN F; DERVYN E; DERVYN R; EHRLICH SD; NOIROT P
      FREQUENCY OF DELETION FORMATION DECREASES EXPONENTIALLY WITH DISTANCEBETWEEN SHORT DIRECT REPEATS

      Molecular microbiology
    83. JIANG JM; GILL BS
      NONISOTOPIC IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION AND PLANT GENOME MAPPING - THE FIRST 10 YEARS

      Genome
    84. KOTA RS; GILL BS; HULBERT SH
      PRESENCE OF VARIOUS RYE-SPECIFIC REPEATED DNA-SEQUENCES ON THE MIDGETCHROMOSOME OF RYE

      Genome
    85. BOURNIVAL B; OBANNI M; ABAD A; OHM H; MACKENZIE S
      ISOLATION OF A NEW SPECIES-SPECIFIC REPETITIVE SEQUENCE FROM THINOPYRUM-ELONGATUM AND ITS USE IN THE STUDIES OF ALIEN TRANSLOCATIONS

      Genome
    86. MA YZ; TOMITA M; NAKATA N; YASUMURO Y
      REPEATED DNA SEQUENCE-350 BY FAMILY CLONE D FROM AGROPYRON-INTERMEDIUM FOR IDENTIFICATION OF THE AGROPYRON CHROMOSOMES ADDED TO COMMON WHEAT LINES

      Ikushugaku Zasshi
    87. CROVELLA S; MASTERS JC; RUMPLER Y
      HIGHLY REPEATED DNA-SEQUENCES AS PHYLOGENETIC MARKERS AMONG THE GALAGINAE

      American journal of primatology
    88. FROISSARD D; GOUGH C; CZERNIC P; SCHNEIDER M; TOPPAN A; ROBY D; MARCO Y
      STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF STR 246C AND STR 246N, PLANT DEFENSE-RELATED GENES FROM NICOTIANA-TABACUM

      Plant molecular biology
    89. VERSHININ A; SVITASHEV S; GUMMESSON PO; SALOMON B; VONBOTHMER R; BRYNGELSSON T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A FAMILY OF TANDEMLY REPEATED DNA-SEQUENCES IN TRITICEAE

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    90. VERSHININ A; SVITASHEV S; GUMMESSON PO; SALOMON B; VONBOTHMER R; BRYNGELSSON T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A FAMILY OF TANDEMLY REPEATED DNA-SEQUENCES IN TRITICEAE

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    91. PREISZNER J; TAKACS I; BILGIN M; GYORGYEY J; DUDITS D; FEHER A
      ORGANIZATION OF A SOLANUM BREVIDENS REPETITIVE SEQUENCE RELATED TO THE TGRI SUBTELOMERIC REPEATS OF LYCOPERSICON-ESCULENTUM

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    92. FREDIANI M; COLONNA N; CREMONINI R; DEPACE C; DELRE V; CACCIA R; CIONINI PG
      REDUNDANCY MODULATION OF NUCLEAR-DNA SEQUENCES IN DASYPYRUM-VILLOSUM

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    93. SHUBINA EA; GORDON NY; MEDNIKOV BM
      BLOT HYBRIDIZATION OF REPEATED SEQUENCE FAMILY OF HUMPBACK SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS-GORBUSCHA)

      Molecular biology
    94. LABUDA D; ZIETKIEWICZ E
      EVOLUTION OF SECONDARY STRUCTURE IN THE FAMILY OF 7SL-LIKE RNAS

      Journal of molecular evolution
    95. HORNADAY K; ALEXANDER S; BREDEN F
      ABSENCE OF REPETITIVE DNA-SEQUENCES ASSOCIATED WITH SEX-CHROMOSOMES IN NATURAL-POPULATIONS OF THE TRINIDAD GUPPY (POECILIA-RETICULATA)

      Journal of molecular evolution
    96. BAKER RJ
      SOME THOUGHTS ON CONSERVATION, BIODIVERSITY, MUSEUMS, MOLECULAR CHARACTERS, SYSTEMATICS, AND BASIC RESEARCH

      Journal of mammalogy
    97. FLETCHER HL
      POSSIBLE LOSS OF LENGTH CONSERVATION AND RECIPROCITY DURING RECOMBINATION OR CONVERSION IN TANDEM ARRAYS

      Genetics
    98. WAMAE CN
      ADVANCES IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF HUMAN LYMPHATIC FILARIASES - A REVIEW

      East African medical journal
    99. JEANPIERRE M
      HUMAN SATELLITE-2 AND SATELLITE-3

      Annales de genetique
    100. DUBCOVSKY J; DVORAK J
      GENOME ORIGINS OF TRITICUM-CYLINDRICUM, TRITICUM-TRIUNCIALE, AND TRITICUM-VENTRICOSUM (POACEAE) INFERRED FROM VARIATION IN RESTRICTION PATTERNS OF REPEATED NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCES - A METHODOLOGICAL STUDY

      American journal of botany


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