Diversity and evolution of the transposable element repertoire in insects

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Authors Malte Petersen, David Armisén, Richard A. Gibbs, Lars Hering, Abderrahman Khila, Georg Mayer, Stephen Richards, Oliver Niehuis & Bernhard Misof
Journal/Conference Name BMC Evolutionary Biology
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Paper Abstract Transposable elements (TEs) are a major component of metazoan genomes and are associated with a variety of mechanisms that shape genome architecture and evolution. Despite the ever-growing number of insect genomes sequenced to date, our understanding of the diversity and evolution of insect TEs remains poor.
Date of publication 2019
Code Programming Language Perl
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