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  1. The ends of chromosomes, termed telomeres consist of repetitive DNA. The telomeric sequences shorten with cell division and, when telomeres are critically abbreviated, cells stop proliferating. However, in can...

    Authors: Kazutoshi Yoshitake, Hideyuki Aoyagi and Haruhiko Fujiwara
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2010 1:13
  2. Rotifers of the class Bdelloidea are microscopic freshwater invertebrates best known for: their capacity for anhydrobiosis; the lack of males and meiosis; and for the ability to capture genes from other non-me...

    Authors: Eugene A Gladyshev and Irina R Arkhipova
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2010 1:12
  3. L1s are one of the most successful autonomous mobile elements in primate genomes. These elements comprise as much as 17% of primate genomes with the majority of insertions occurring via target primed reverse t...

    Authors: Thomas J Meyer, Deepa Srikanta, Erin M Conlin and Mark A Batzer
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2010 1:7
  4. How new forms arise in nature has engaged evolutionary biologists since Darwin's seminal treatise on the origin of species. Transposable elements (TEs) may be among the most important internal sources for intr...

    Authors: Alexander Belyayev, Ruslan Kalendar, Leonid Brodsky, Eviatar Nevo, Alan H Schulman and Olga Raskina
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2010 1:6
  5. PIF/Harbinger is the most recently discovered DNA transposon superfamily and is now known to populate genomes from fungi to plants to animals. Mobilization of superfamily members requires two separate element-enc...

    Authors: C Nathan Hancock, Feng Zhang and Susan R Wessler
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2010 1:5
  6. Scientific history has had a profound effect on the theories of evolution. At the beginning of the 21st century, molecular cell biology has revealed a dense structure of information-processing networks that us...

    Authors: James A Shapiro
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2010 1:4

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