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    1. Nijman, IJ; van Tessel, P; Lenstra, JA
      SINE retrotransposition during the evolution of the pecoran ruminants

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    2. Myouga, F; Tsuchimoto, S; Noma, K; Ohtsubo, H; Ohtsubo, E
      Identification and structural analysis of SINE elements in the Arabidopsisthaliana genome

      GENES & GENETIC SYSTEMS
    3. Tikhonov, AP; Lavie, L; Tatout, C; Bennetzen, JL; Avramova, Z; Deragon, JM
      Target sites for SINE integration in Brassica genomes display nuclear matrix binding activity

      CHROMOSOME RESEARCH
    4. Arnaud, P; Yukawa, Y; Lavie, L; Pelissier, T; Sugiura, M; Deragon, JM
      Analysis of the SINE S1 Pol III promoter from Brassica; impact of methylation and influence of external sequences

      PLANT JOURNAL
    5. Bois, PRJ; Southgate, L; Jeffreys, AJ
      Length of uninterrupted repeats determines instability at the unstable mouse expanded simple tandem repeat family MMS10 derived from independent SINEB1 elements

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    6. Nikaido, M; Matsuno, F; Abe, H; Shimamura, M; Hamilton, H; Matsubayashi, H; Okada, N
      Evolution of CHR-2 SINEs in cetartiodactyl genomes: possible evidence for the monophyletic origin of toothed whales

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    7. Borodulina, OR; Kramerov, DA
      Short interspersed elements (SINEs) from insectivores. Two classes of mammalian SINEs distinguished by A-rich tail structure

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    8. Zehr, SM; Nedbal, MA; Flynn, JJ
      Tempo and mode of evolution in an orthologous Can SINE

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    9. Wilder, J; Hollocher, H
      Mobile elements and the genesis of microsatellites in dipterans

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    10. Li, TH; Schmid, CW
      Differential stress induction of individual Alu loci: implications for transcription and retrotransposition

      GENE
    11. Tu, ZJ
      Maque, a family of extremely short interspersed repetitive elements: characterization, possible mechanism of transposition, and evolutionary implications

      GENE
    12. Anzai, T; Takahashi, H; Fujiwara, H
      Sequence-specific recognition and cleavage of telomeric repeat (TTAGG)(n) by endonuclease of non-long terminal repeat retrotransposon TRAS1

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Yasui, Y; Nasuda, S; Matsuoka, Y; Kawahara, T
      The Au family, a novel short interspersed element (SINE) from Aegilops umbellulata

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    14. Kramerov, DA; Vassetzky, NS
      Structure and origin of a novel dimeric retroposon B1-dID

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    15. Mashkova, TD; Oparina, NY; Lacroix, MH; Fedorova, LI; Tumeneva, IG; Zinovieva, OL; Kisselev, LL
      Structural rearrangements and insertions of dispersed elements in pericentromeric alpha satellites occur preferably at kinkable DNA sites

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Cantrell, MA; Filanoski, BJ; Ingermann, AR; Olsson, K; DiLuglio, N; Lister, Z; Wichman, HA
      An ancient retrovirus-like element contains hot spots for SINE insertion

      GENETICS
    17. Schmitz, J; Ohme, M; Zischler, H
      SINE insertions in cladistic analyses and the phylogenetic affiliations ofTarsius bancanus to other primates

      GENETICS
    18. Chomez, P; De Backer, O; Bertrand, M; De Plaen, E; Boon, T; Lucas, S
      An overview of the MAGE gene family with the identification of all human members of the family

      CANCER RESEARCH
    19. Kriener, K; O'hUigin, C; Klein, J
      Alu elements support independent origin of prosimian, platyrrhine, and catarrhine Mhc-DRB genes

      GENOME RESEARCH
    20. Shedlock, AM; Milinkovitch, MC; Okada, N
      SINE evolution, missing data, and the origin of whales

      SYSTEMATIC BIOLOGY
    21. Weiner, AM
      Do all SINEs lead to LINEs?

      NATURE GENETICS
    22. Zhang, YH; Dipple, KM; Vilain, E; Huang, BL; Finlayson, G; Therrell, BL; Worley, K; Deininger, P; McCabe, ERB
      AluY insertion (IVS4-52ins316alu) in the glycerol kinase gene from an individual with benign glycerol kinase deficiency

      HUMAN MUTATION
    23. Mayorov, VI; Rogozin, IB; Elisaphenko, EA; Adkison, LR
      B2 elements present in the human genome

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    24. Nikaido, M; Okada, N
      CetSINEs and AREs are not SINEs but are parts of cetartiodactyl L1

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    25. MacLeod, RAF; Spitzer, D; Bar-Am, I; Sylvester, JE; Kaufmann, M; Wernich, A; Drexler, HG
      Karyotypic dissection of Hodgkin's disease cell lines reveals ectopic subtelomeres and ribosomal DNA at sites of multiple jumping translocations and genomic amplification

      LEUKEMIA
    26. Mukhopadhyay, SS; Sheikh, FG; Gupta, P
      In vitro binding of cattle PstI SINE with a 33-kDa nuclear protein

      GENOME
    27. Drouin, G
      Expressed retrotransposed 5S rRNA genes in the mouse and rat genomes

      GENOME
    28. Slattery, JP; Murphy, WJ; O'Brien, S
      Patterns of diversity among SINE elements isolated from three Y-chromosomegenes in carnivores

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    29. Lum, JK; Nikaido, M; Shimamura, M; Shimodaira, H; Shedlock, AM; Okada, N; Hasegawa, M
      Consistency of SINE insertion topology and flanking sequence tree: Quantifying relationships among Cetartiodactyls

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    30. Bao, L; Zetter, BR
      Molecular cloning and structural characterization of the rat thymosin beta15 gene

      GENE
    31. Arnaud, P; Goubely, C; Pelissier, T; Deragon, JM
      SINE retroposons can be used in vivo as nucleation centers for de novo methylation

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    32. Shedlock, AM; Okada, N
      SINE insertions: powerful tools for molecular systematics

      BIOESSAYS
    33. Jurka, J
      Repbase Update - a database and an electronic journal of repetitive elements

      TRENDS IN GENETICS
    34. Gogolevskaya, IK; Kramerov, DA
      Distribution of 4.5S1. RNA among rodents and conservation of its nucleotide sequence

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    35. Toda, Y; Saito, R; Tomita, M
      Characteristic sequence pattern in the 5-to 20-bp upstream region of primate Alu elements

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    36. Gilbert, N; Labuda, D
      Evolutionary inventions and continuity of CORE-SINEs in mammals

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    37. Kostia, S; Ruohonen-Lehto, M; Vainola, R; Varvio, SL
      Phylogenetic information in inter-SINE and inter-SSR fingerprints of the Artiodactyla and evolution of the Bov-tA SINE

      HEREDITY
    38. Majumder, PP; Roy, B; Banerjee, S; Chakraborty, M; Dey, B; Mukherjee, N; Roy, M; Thakurta, PG; Sil, SK
      Human-specific insertion deletion polymorphisms in Indian populations and their possible evolutionary implications

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS
    39. Sakagami, M; Hiromura, K; Chemnick, LG; Ryder, OA
      Distribution of the ERE-1 family in Perissodactyla

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    40. Persson, K; Heby, O; Berger, FG
      The functional intronless S-adenosylmethionine decarboxylase gene of the mouse (Amd-2) is linked to he ornithine decarboxylase gene (Odc) on Chromosome 12 and is present in distantly related species of the genus Mus

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    41. Bentolila, S; Bach, JM; Kessler, JL; Bordelais, I; Cruaud, C; Weissenbach, J; Panthier, JJ
      Analysis of major repetitive DNA sequences in the dog (Canis familiaris) genome

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    42. Gallagher, PC; Lear, TL; Coogle, LD; Bailey, E
      Two SINE families associated with equine microsatellite loci

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    43. Bucci, S; Ragghianti, M; Mancino, G; Petroni, G; Guerrini, F; Giampaoli, S
      Rana Pol III: A family of SINE-like sequences in the genomes of western Palearctic water frogs

      GENOME
    44. Ogiwara, I; Miya, M; Ohshima, K; Okada, N
      Retropositional parasitism of SINEs on LINEs: Identification of SINEs and LINEs in elasmobranchs

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    45. Tatout, C; Warwick, S; Lenoir, A; Deragon, JM
      SINE insertions as clade markers for wild crucifer species

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    46. Chevassus-au-Louis, N; Philipon, P
      Retrotransposons and plants biodiversity

      BIOFUTUR
    47. Buchanan, F; Crawford, A; Strobeck, C; Palsboll, P; Plante, Y
      Evolutionary applications of MIRs and SINEs

      ANIMAL GENETICS
    48. Schmidt, T
      LINEs, SINEs and repetitive DNA: non-LTR retrotransposons in plant genomes

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    49. Tomilin, NV
      Control of genes by mammalian retroposons

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 186
    50. Sunako, R; Sakuraba, W; Senda, M; Akada, S; Ishikawa, R; Niizeki, M; Harada, T
      An allele of the ripening-specific 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid synthase gene (ACS1) in apple fruit with a long storage life

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    51. Gilbert, N; Labuda, D
      CORE-SINEs: Eukaryotic short interspersed retroposing elements with commonsequence motifs

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    52. Nikaido, M; Rooney, AP; Okada, N
      Phylogenetic relationships among cetartiodactyls based on insertions of short and long interpersed elements: Hippopotamuses are the closest extant relatives of whales

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    53. Vassetzky, NS; Gogolevskaya, IK; Borodulina, OR; Kramerov, DA
      A new rodent short retroposon B1-dID

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    54. Hernandez, JM; Hernandez, CS; Giner, CP; Donat, V; Hernandez-Yago, J
      Identification of Psi 3Tom20, a novel processed pseudogene of the human Tom20 gene, and complete characterization of Psi 1Tom20 and Psi 2Tom20

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    55. Kim, HS; Wadekar, RV; Takenaka, O; Hyun, BH; Crow, TJ
      Phylogenetic analysis of a retroposon family in African great apes

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    56. Perez, J; Garcia-Vazquez, E; Moran, P
      Physical distribution of SINE elements in the chromosomes of Atlantic salmon and rainbow trout

      HEREDITY
    57. Brosius, J
      Genomes were forged by massive bombardments with retroelements and retrosequences

      GENETICA
    58. Borodulina, OR; Kramerov, DA
      Wide distribution of short interspersed elements among eukaryotic genomes

      FEBS LETTERS
    59. BRYDEN LJ; DENOVANWRIGHT EM; WRIGHT JM
      RON-1 SINES - A TRANSFER-RNA-DERIVED, SHORT INTERSPERSED REPETITIVE DNA ELEMENT FROM OREOCHROMIS-NILOTICUS AND ITS SPECIES-SPECIFIC DISTRIBUTION IN OLD-WORLD CICHLID FISHES

      Molecular marine biology and biotechnology
    60. Roy, AM; Gong, CN; Kass, DH; Deininger, PL
      Recent B2 element insertions in the mouse genome

      DNA SEQUENCE
    61. LUNDIN M; MIKKELSEN B; SYED M
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL PUTATIVE SINE SEQUENCE IN A SALMO-SALAR COSMID CLONE

      Journal of marine biotechnology
    62. BLUMENSTEIN M; HOSSFELD DK; DUHRSEN U
      INDIRECT RADIATION LEUKEMOGENESIS IN DBA 2 MICE - INCREASED EXPRESSION OF B2 REPEATS IN FDC-P1 CELLS TRANSFORMED BY INTRACISTERNAL A-PARTICLE TRANSPOSITION/

      Annals of hematology
    63. TERAI Y; TAKAHASHI K; OKADA N
      SINE COUSINS - THE 3'-END TAILS OF THE 2 OLDEST AND DISTANTLY RELATEDFAMILIES OF SINES ARE DESCENDED FROM THE 3'-ENDS OF LINES WITH THE SAME GENEALOGICAL ORIGIN

      Molecular biology and evolution
    64. MURATA S; TAKASAKI N; OKAZAKI T; KOBAYASHI T; NUMACHI K; CHANG KH; OKADA N
      MOLECULAR EVIDENCE FROM SHORT INTERSPERSED ELEMENTS (SINES) THAT ONCORHYNCHUS-MASOU (CHERRY SALMON) IS MONOPHYLETIC

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    65. Skryabin, BV; Kremerskothen, J; Vassilacopoulou, D; Disotell, TR; Kapitonov, VV; Jurka, J; Brosius, J
      The BC200 RNA gene and its neural expression are conserved in Anthropoidea(primates)

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    66. ARCOT SS; ADAMSON AW; RISCH GW; LAFLEUR J; ROBICHAUX MB; LAMERDIN JE; CARRANO AV; BATZER MA
      HIGH-RESOLUTION CARTOGRAPHY OF RECENTLY INTEGRATED HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 19-SPECIFIC ALU FOSSILS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    67. HAMADA M; TAKASAKI N; REIST JD; DECICCO AL; GOTO A; OKADA N
      DETECTION OF THE ONGOING SORTING OF ANCESTRALLY POLYMORPHIC SINES TOWARD FIXATION OR LOSS IN POPULATIONS OF 2 SPECIES OF CHARR DURING SPECIATION

      Genetics
    68. CASAVANT NC; LEE RN; SHERMAN AN; WICHMAN HA
      MOLECULAR EVOLUTION OF 2 LINEAGES OF L1 (LINE-1) RETROTRANSPOSONS IN THE CALIFORNIA MOUSE, PEROMYSCUS-CALIFORNICUS

      Genetics
    69. LOPEZALANON DM; LOPEZFERNANDEZ LA; CASTANEDA V; KRIMER DB; DELMAZO J
      H3.3A VARIANT HISTONE MESSENGER-RNA CONTAINING AN ALPHA-GLOBIN INSERTION - MODULATED EXPRESSION DURING MOUSE GAMETOGENESIS CORRELATES WITH MEIOTIC ONSET

      DNA and cell biology
    70. KOSTIA S; VILKKI J; PIRINEN M; WOMACK JE; BARENDSE W; VARVIO SL
      SINE TARGETING OF BOVINE MICROSATELLITES FROM BOVINE RODENT HYBRID CELL-LINES/

      Mammalian genome
    71. BLESA D; MARTINEZSEBASTIAN MJ
      BILBO, A NON-LTR RETROTRANSPOSON OF DROSOPHILA-SUBOBSCURA - A CLUE TOTHE EVOLUTION OF LINE-LIKE ELEMENTS IN DROSOPHILA

      Molecular biology and evolution
    72. OKADA N; HAMADA M; OGIWARA I; OHSHIMA K
      SINE AND LINE SHARE COMMON 3'-SEQUENCE - A REVIEW

      Gene
    73. DIERICK HA; MERCER JFB; GLOVER TW
      A PHOSPHOGLYCERATE MUTASE BRAIN ISOFORM (PGAM1) PSEUDOGENE IS LOCALIZED WITHIN THE HUMAN MENKES-DISEASE GENE (ATP7A)

      Gene
    74. HAAS NB; GRABOWSKI JM; SIVITZ AB; BURCH JBE
      CHICKEN REPEAT-1 (CR-1) ELEMENTS, WHICH DEFINE AN ANCIENT FAMILY OF VERTEBRATE NON-LTR RETROTRANSPOSONS, CONTAIN 2 CLOSELY SPACED OPEN READING FRAMES

      Gene
    75. HOEKSTRA R; CRIADOFORNELIO A; FAKKELDIJ J; BERGMAN J; ROOS MH
      MICROSATELLITES OF THE PARASITIC NEMATODE HAEMONCHUS-CONTORTUS - POLYMORPHISM AND LINKAGE WITH A DIRECT REPEAT

      Molecular and biochemical parasitology
    76. MOTOHASHI R; MOCHIZUKI K; OHTSUBO H; OHTSUBO E
      STRUCTURES AND DISTRIBUTION OF P-SINE1 MEMBERS IN RICE GENOMES

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    77. DEBOER JG; SURI A; WALSH D; GLICKMAN BW
      THE RECOVERY OF A B2 INSERTION IN THE LACI GENE OF A RAT-CELL LINE CONTAINING A LAMBDA LIZ SHUTTLE VECTOR/

      Mutation research
    78. OKADA N; HAMADA M
      THE 3'-ENDS OF TRANSFER-RNA-DERIVED SINES ORIGINATED FROM THE 3'-ENDSOF LINES - A NEW EXAMPLE FROM THE BOVINE GENOME

      Journal of molecular evolution
    79. HAMADA M; KIDO Y; HIMBERG M; REIST JD; YING C; HASEGAWA M; OKADA N
      A NEWLY ISOLATED FAMILY OF SHORT INTERSPERSED REPETITIVE ELEMENTS (SINES) IN COREGONID FISHES (WHITEFISH) WITH SEQUENCES THAT ARE ALMOST IDENTICAL TO THOSE OF THE SMAI FAMILY OF REPEATS - POSSIBLE EVIDENCE FORTHE HORIZONTAL TRANSFER OF SINES

      Genetics
    80. TAKASAKI N; YAMAKI T; HAMADA M; PARK L; OKADA N
      THE SALMON SMAI FAMILY OF SHORT INTERSPERSED REPETITIVE ELEMENTS (SINES) - INTERSPECIFIC AND INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION OF THE INSERTION OF SINES IN THE GENOMES OF CHUM AND PINK SALMON

      Genetics
    81. KASS DH; KIM J; RAO A; DEININGER PL
      EVOLUTION OF B2 REPEATS - THE MUROID EXPLOSION

      Genetica
    82. BENSAADIMERCHERMEK N; CAGNON C; DESMONS I; SALVADO JC; KARAMA S; DAMICO F; MOUCHES C
      CM-GAG, A TRANSPOSABLE-LIKE ELEMENT REITERATED IN THE GENOME OF CULEX-PIPIENS MOSQUITOS, CONTAINS ONLY A GAG GENE

      Genetica
    83. GIMBEL W; SCHMIDT J; ERFLE V; WERNER T
      A NEW VARIANT OF B1 ELEMENTS, VB1, IDENTIFIED UPSTREAM OF A RETROVIRAL INTEGRATION SITE

      DNA sequence
    84. RING M; PFEIFER TA; GRIGLIATTI TA
      IDENTIFICATION OF A 5'-TRUNCATED NON-LTR-RETROTRANSPOSON, YAKPS1, FROM THE VARIEGATED CUTWORM, PERIDROMA-SAUCIA, USING PCR

      Insect biochemistry and molecular biology
    85. TISHKOFF SA; RUANO G; KIDD JR; KIDD KK
      DISTRIBUTION AND FREQUENCY OF A POLYMORPHIC ALU INSERTION AT THE PLASMINOGEN-ACTIVATOR LOCUS IN HUMANS

      Human genetics
    86. HAIGERMOSER C; FUJIMOTO M; IGUCHIARIGA SMM; ARIGA H
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GENOMIC DNA OF THE HUMAN MSSP GENES

      Nucleic acids research
    87. KATO M; YOSHIDA M
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF A MAJOR SATELLITE DNA ELEMENT ISOLATED FROM A SALTWATER FISH SILLAGO-JAPONICA

      Molecular biology reports
    88. OHSHIMA K; HAMADA M; TERAI Y; OKADA N
      THE 3' ENDS OF TRANSFER-RNA-DERIVED SHORT INTERSPERSED REPETITIVE ELEMENTS ARE DERIVED FROM THE 3' ENDS OF LONG INTERSPERSED REPETITIVE ELEMENTS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    89. ZHAO WQ; MANLEY JL
      COMPLEX ALTERNATIVE RNA PROCESSING GENERATES AN UNEXPECTED DIVERSITY OF POLY(A) POLYMERASE ISOFORMS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    90. IZSVAK Z; IVICS Z; GARCIAESTEFANIA D; FAHRENKRUG SC; HACKETT PB
      DANA ELEMENTS - A FAMILY OF COMPOSITE, TRANSFER-RNA-DERIVED SHORT INTERSPERSED DNA ELEMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH MUTATIONAL ACTIVITIES IN ZEBRAFISH (DANIO-RERIO)

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    91. NADIR E; MARGALIT H; GALLILY T; BENSASSON SA
      MICROSATELLITE SPREADING IN THE HUMAN GENOME - EVOLUTIONARY MECHANISMS AND STRUCTURAL IMPLICATIONS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    92. JURKA J; KLONOWSKI P
      INTEGRATION OF RETROPOSABLE ELEMENTS IN MAMMALS - SELECTION OF TARGETSITES

      Journal of molecular evolution
    93. MODI WS; GALLAGHER DS; WOMACK JE
      EVOLUTIONARY HISTORIES OF HIGHLY REPEATED DNA FAMILIES AMONG THE ARTIODACTYLA (MAMMALIA)

      Journal of molecular evolution
    94. TAKASAKI N; PARK L; KAERIYAMA M; GHARRETT AJ; OKADA N
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SPECIES-SPECIFICALLY AMPLIFIED SINES IN 3 SALMONID SPECIES - CHUM SALMON, PINK SALMON, AND KOKANEE - THE LOCAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE GENOME MAY BE IMPORTANT FOR THE GENERATION OF A DOMINANT SOURCE GENE AT A NEWLY RETROPOSED LOCUS

      Journal of molecular evolution
    95. BATZER MA; DEININGER PL; HELLMANNBLUMBERG U; JURKA J; LABUDA D; RUBIN CM; SCHMID CW; ZIETKIEWICZ E; ZUCKERKANDL E
      STANDARDIZED NOMENCLATURE FOR ALU REPEATS

      Journal of molecular evolution
    96. SHAIKH TH; DEININGER PL
      THE ROLE AND AMPLIFICATION OF THE HS ALU SUBFAMILY FOUNDER GENE

      Journal of molecular evolution
    97. BATZER MA; ARCOT SS; PHINNEY JW; ALEGRIAHARTMAN M; KASS DH; MILLIGAN SM; KIMPTON C; GILL P; HOCHMEISTER M; IOANNOU PA; HERRERA RJ; BOUDREAU DA; SCHEER WD; KEATS BJB; DEININGER PL; STONEKING M
      GENETIC-VARIATION OF RECENT ALU INSERTIONS IN HUMAN-POPULATIONS

      Journal of molecular evolution
    98. CLOUGH JE; FOSTER JA; BARNETT M; WICHMAN HA
      COMPUTER-SIMULATION OF TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENT EVOLUTION - RANDOM TEMPLATE AND STRICT MASTER MODELS

      Journal of molecular evolution
    99. KAPITONOV V; JURKA J
      THE AGE OF ALU SUBFAMILIES

      Journal of molecular evolution
    100. ZIETKIEWICZ E; LABUDA D
      MOSAIC EVOLUTION OF RODENT B1 ELEMENTS

      Journal of molecular evolution


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