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  1. Long terminal repeat retrotransposons (LTR-RTs) make up a considerable portion of plant genomes. New insertions of these active LTR-RTs modify gene structures and functions and play an important role in genome...

    Authors: Hyunjin Koo, Soomin Kim, Hyun-Seung Park, Sang-Ji Lee, Nam-Chon Paek, Jungnam Cho and Tae-Jin Yang
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2022 13:18
  2. Transposable element (TE) transcription is a precursor to its mobilisation in host genomes. However, the characteristics of expressed TE loci, the identification of self-competent transposon loci contributing ...

    Authors: Ting-Hsuan Chen and Christopher Winefield
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2022 13:16
  3. Transposable elements (TEs) are major genomic components in most eukaryotic genomes and play an important role in genome evolution. However, despite their relevance the identification of TEs is not an easy tas...

    Authors: Matias Rodriguez and Wojciech Makałowski
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2022 13:14
  4. The internal promoter in L1 5’UTR is critical for autonomous L1 transcription and initiating retrotransposition. Unlike the human genome, which features one contemporarily active subfamily, four subfamilies (A...

    Authors: Lingqi Kong, Karabi Saha, Yuchi Hu, Jada N. Tschetter, Chase E. Habben, Leanne S. Whitmore, Changfeng Yao, Xijin Ge, Ping Ye, Simon J. Newkirk and Wenfeng An
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2022 13:13
  5. Whiteflies are agricultural pests that cause negative impacts globally to crop yields resulting at times in severe economic losses and food insecurity. The Bemisia tabaci whitefly species complex is the most dama...

    Authors: Juan Paolo A. Sicat, Paul Visendi, Steven O. Sewe, Sophie Bouvaine and Susan E. Seal
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2022 13:12

    The Correction to this article has been published in Mobile DNA 2022 13:17

  6. Type 1 long interspersed elements, or LINE-1, are the only retroelements that replicate autonomously in human cells. The retrotransposition process of LINE-1 can trigger the activation of the innate immune sys...

    Authors: Jiaxiu Yan, Yifei Zhao, Juan Du, Yu Wang, Shaohua Wang, Qing Wang, Xu Zhao, Wei Xu and Ke Zhao
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2022 13:10
  7. CACTA transposable elements (TEs) comprise one of the most abundant superfamilies of Class 2 (cut-and-paste) transposons. Over recent decades, CACTA elements were widely identified in species from the plant, f...

    Authors: Alexander Belyayev, Jiřina Josefiová, Michaela Jandová, Ruslan Kalendar, Václav Mahelka, Bohumil Mandák and Karol Krak
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2022 13:8
  8. In the study of transposable elements (TEs), the generation of a high confidence set of consensus sequences that represent the diversity of TEs found in a given genome is a key step in the path to investigate ...

    Authors: Clement Goubert, Rory J. Craig, Agustin F. Bilat, Valentina Peona, Aaron A. Vogan and Anna V. Protasio
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2022 13:7

    The Correction to this article has been published in Mobile DNA 2022 13:15

  9. Transposable element-embedded regulatory sequences (TEeRS) and their KRAB-containing zinc finger protein (KZFP) controllers are increasingly recognized as modulators of gene expression. We aim to characterize ...

    Authors: Alexandra Iouranova, Delphine Grun, Tamara Rossy, Julien Duc, Alexandre Coudray, Michael Imbeault, Jonas de Tribolet-Hardy, Priscilla Turelli, Alexandre Persat and Didier Trono
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2022 13:4
  10. The fifth Japanese meeting on host–transposon interactions, titled “Biological Function and Evolution through Interactions between Hosts and Transposable Elements (TEs),” was held online on August 26–27, 2021....

    Authors: Kenji Ichiyanagi and Kuniaki Saito
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2022 13:3
  11. The IS6 family of insertion sequences is a large but coherent group which was originally named to avoid confusion between a number of identical or nearly identical IS that were identified at about the same time a...

    Authors: Alessandro Varani, Susu He, Patricia Siguier, Karen Ross and Michael Chandler
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2022 13:2
  12. Retrotransposons have been implicated as causes of Mendelian disease, but their role in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has not been systematically defined, because they are only called with adequate sensitivit...

    Authors: Rebeca Borges-Monroy, Chong Chu, Caroline Dias, Jaejoon Choi, Soohyun Lee, Yue Gao, Taehwan Shin, Peter J. Park, Christopher A. Walsh and Eunjung Alice Lee
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:28
  13. The majority of structural variation in genomes is caused by insertions of transposable elements (TEs). In mammalian genomes, the main TE fraction is made up of autonomous and non-autonomous non-LTR retrotrans...

    Authors: Malte Petersen, Sven Winter, Raphael Coimbra, Menno J. de Jong, Vladimir V. Kapitonov and Maria A. Nilsson
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:27
  14. LINE-1 (Long Interspersed Nuclear Elements, L1) retrotransposons are the only autonomously active transposable elements in the human genome. The evolution of L1 retrotransposition rates and its implications fo...

    Authors: Sawsan Sami Wehbi and Heinrich zu Dohna
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:26
  15. Tn5253, a composite Integrative Conjugative Element (ICE) of Streptococcus pneumoniae carrying tet(M) and cat resistance determinants, was found to (i) integrate at specific 83-bp integration site (attB), (ii) pr...

    Authors: Francesco Santoro, Valeria Fox, Alessandra Romeo, Elisa Lazzeri, Gianni Pozzi and Francesco Iannelli
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:25
  16. With the expansion of high throughput sequencing, we now have access to a larger number of genome-wide studies analyzing the Transposable elements (TEs) composition in a wide variety of organisms. However, gen...

    Authors: Jonathan Filée, Sarah Farhat, Dominique Higuet, Laure Teysset, Dominique Marie, Camille Thomas-Bulle, Stephane Hourdez, Didier Jollivet and Eric Bonnivard
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:24
  17. The submandibular gland (SG) is a relatively simple organ formed by three cell types: acinar, myoepithelial, and an intricate network of duct-forming epithelial cells, that together fulfills several physiologi...

    Authors: Braulio Valdebenito-Maturana, Francisca Torres, Mónica Carrasco and Juan Carlos Tapia
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:23
  18. Transposable elements (TEs) significantly contribute to shaping the diversity of the human genome, and lines of evidence suggest TEs as one of driving forces of human brain evolution. Existing computational ap...

    Authors: Yilan Wang, Boxun Zhao, Jaejoon Choi and Eunjung Alice Lee
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:22
  19. The autonomous retroelement Long Interspersed Element-1 (LINE-1) mobilizes though a copy and paste mechanism using an RNA intermediate (retrotransposition). Throughout human evolution, around 500,000 LINE-1 se...

    Authors: Erica M. Briggs, Paolo Mita, Xiaoji Sun, Susan Ha, Nikita Vasilyev, Zev R. Leopold, Evgeny Nudler, Jef D. Boeke and Susan K. Logan
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:21
  20. Toll-like receptors (TLRs) play important roles in building innate immune and inducing adaptive immune responses. Associations of the TLR genes polymorphisms with disease susceptibility, which are the basis of mo...

    Authors: XiaoYan Wang, Zixuan Chen, Eduard Murani, Enrico D’Alessandro, Yalong An, Cai Chen, Kui Li, Grazia Galeano, Klaus Wimmers and Chengyi Song
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:20
  21. Molecular markers based on retrotransposon insertion polymorphisms (RIPs) have been developed and are widely used in plants and animals. Short interspersed nuclear elements (SINEs) exert wide impacts on gene a...

    Authors: Cai Chen, Enrico D’Alessandro, Eduard Murani, Yao Zheng, Domenico Giosa, Naisu Yang, Xiaoyan Wang, Bo Gao, Kui Li, Klaus Wimmers and Chengyi Song
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:17
  22. Transposable elements (TEs) play powerful and varied evolutionary and functional roles, and are widespread in most eukaryotic genomes. Research into their unique biology has driven the creation of a large coll...

    Authors: Tyler A. Elliott, Tony Heitkam, Robert Hubley, Hadi Quesneville, Alexander Suh and Travis J. Wheeler
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:16
  23. Transposable elements (TEs) are repetitive sequences of viral origin that compose almost half of the human genome. These elements are tightly controlled within cells, and if activated, they can cause changes i...

    Authors: Mahboubeh R. Rostami and Martina Bradic
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:14
  24. Transposons are mobile genetic elements that colonize genomes and drive their plasticity in all organisms. DNA transposon-encoded transposases bind to the ends of their cognate transposons and catalyze their m...

    Authors: Marc Guérineau, Luiza Bessa, Séverine Moriau, Ewen Lescop, François Bontems, Nathalie Mathy, Eric Guittet, Julien Bischerour, Mireille Bétermier and Nelly Morellet
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:12
  25. SINEs comprise a significant part of animal genomes and are used to study the evolution of diverse taxa. Despite significant advances in SINE studies in vertebrates and higher eukaryotes in general, their own ...

    Authors: Nikita S. Vassetzky, Sergei A. Kosushkin, Vitaly I. Korchagin and Alexey P. Ryskov
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:10
  26. Group II introns are mobile retroelements, capable of invading new sites in DNA. They are self-splicing ribozymes that complex with an intron-encoded protein to form a ribonucleoprotein that targets DNA after ...

    Authors: Justin M. Waldern, Dorie Smith, Carol Lyn Piazza, E. Jake Bailey, Nicholas J. Schiraldi, Reza Nemati, Dan Fabris, Marlene Belfort and Olga Novikova
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:9
  27. Plant genomes can respond rapidly to environmental changes and transposable elements (TEs) arise as important drivers contributing to genome dynamics. Although some elements were reported to be induced by vari...

    Authors: Guillaume Wos, Rimjhim Roy Choudhury, Filip Kolář and Christian Parisod
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:7
  28. Transposable elements (TEs) are enriched in cytosine methylation, preventing their mobility within the genome. We previously identified a genome-wide repertoire of candidate intracisternal A particle (IAP) TEs...

    Authors: Jessica L. Elmer, Amir D. Hay, Noah J. Kessler, Tessa M. Bertozzi, Eve A. C. Ainscough and Anne C. Ferguson-Smith
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:6
  29. Long INterspersed Element-1 (LINE-1) is an autonomous retroelement able to “copy-and-paste” itself into new loci of the host genome through a process called retrotransposition. The LINE-1 bicistronic mRNA code...

    Authors: Erica M. Briggs, Wilson McKerrow, Paolo Mita, Jef D. Boeke, Susan K. Logan and David Fenyö
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:5
  30. Transposable elements (TEs) are major components of all vertebrate genomes that can cause deleterious insertions and genomic instability. However, depending on the specific genomic context of their insertion s...

    Authors: Ema Etchegaray, Magali Naville, Jean-Nicolas Volff and Zofia Haftek-Terreau
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2021 12:1
  31. Retroelements (REs) occupy a significant part of all eukaryotic genomes including humans. The majority of retroelements in the human genome are inactive and unable to retrotranspose. Dozens of active copies ar...

    Authors: Alexander Y. Komkov, Shamil Z. Urazbakhtin, Maria V. Saliutina, Ekaterina A. Komech, Yuri A. Shelygin, Gaiaz A. Nugmanov, Vitaliy P. Shubin, Anastasia O. Smirnova, Mikhail Y. Bobrov, Alexey S. Tsukanov, Anastasia V. Snezhkina, Anna V. Kudryavtseva, Yuri B. Lebedev and Ilgar Z. Mamedov
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2020 11:33
  32. A family of Tc1/mariner transposons with a characteristic DD38E triad of catalytic amino acid residues, named Intruder (IT), was previously discovered in sturgeon genomes, but their evolutionary landscapes remain...

    Authors: Bo Gao, Wencheng Zong, Csaba Miskey, Numan Ullah, Mohamed Diaby, Cai Chen, Xiaoyan Wang, Zoltán Ivics and Chengyi Song
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2020 11:32
  33. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

    Authors: Witold Tatkiewicz, James Dickie, Franchesca Bedford, Alexander Jones, Mark Atkin, Michele Kiernan, Emmanuel Atangana Maze, Bora Agit, Garry Farnham, Alexander Kanapin and Robert Belshaw
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2020 11:31

    The original article was published in Mobile DNA 2020 11:9

  34. Mobile genetic elements are found in genomes throughout the microbial world, mediating genome plasticity and important prokaryotic phenotypes. Even the cell wall-less mycoplasmas, which are known to harbour a ...

    Authors: Birgit Henrich, Stephanie Hammerlage, Sebastian Scharf, Diana Haberhausen, Ursula Fürnkranz, Karl Köhrer, Lena Peitzmann, Pier Luigi Fiori, Joachim Spergser, Klaus Pfeffer and Alexander T. Dilthey
    Citation: Mobile DNA 2020 11:30

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