Mobile elements


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Concept Info

NAME

Mobile elements

DESCRIPTION

Mobile elements are DNA sequences that can move around the genome, changing their number of copies or simply changing their location, often affecting the activity of nearby genes. They include DNA transposable elements, plasmids and bacteriophage elements. The total of all mobile genetic elements in a genome may be referred to as the mobilome.

Broader Concepts

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