Transposable elements in the nurse cell chromocenter DNA of Drosophila orena (Diptera, Drosophilidae) View Full Text


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2011-12-29

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K. E. Usov, V. N. Stegniy

ABSTRACT

A region-specific library is constructed by microdissection of chromocenter DNA polytene chromosomes from Drosophila orena nurse cells. Fragments of the library are cloned in a plasmid vector to yield 133 clones. In total, 76 clones are sequenced. A search for resemblance between the fragments cloned and transposable elements known in the genomes of different Drosophila species is performed with the Repeat-Masker program in RepBase. It is found that 26 out of 33 clones homologous to regions of various transposable elements share a resemblance with regions of LTR retrotransposons (Gypsy, Idefix, Zam, Roo, Quasimodo, Stalker, HMS Beagle, Copia, Tv1, Circe, and DM297) and four with LINE regions (DMCR1A, G3, Helena, and I). Other clones show a significant degree of resemblance to regions of DNA transposons, polintons, and helitrons: DNAREP1_DM, Polinton-1_DY, and Helitron-1_DYak. One clone is similar to the MINIME-DN region belonging to mini-me non-LTR retrotransposons. More... »

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511-516

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