Repbase Reports

2003, Volume 3, Issue 3
March 31, 2003
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ISSN# 1534-830X
Page 57

CR1-6_AG

CR1-6_AG is a CR1-like non-LTR retrotransposon - a consensus sequence.

Submitted:
31-Mar-2003
Accepted:
31-Mar-2003
Key Words:
non-LTR retrotransposon; CR1 clade; DNA/RNA-binding; PHD finger; AP endonuclease; reverse transcriptase; CR1-6_AG
Source:
consensus
Organism:
Anopheles gambiae str. PEST
Taxonomy:
Eukaryota; Metazoa; Arthropoda; Hexapoda; Insecta; Pterygota; Neoptera; Endopterygota; Diptera; Nematocera; Culicoidea; Anopheles
[1] Authors:
Kapitonov,V.V. and Jurka,J.
Title:
CR1-6_AG, a family of CR1-like non-LTR retrotransposons from African malaria mosquito.
Journal:
Repbase Reports 3:(3) p. 57 (2003)
Abstract:
CR1-6_AG is a young family of CR1-like non-LTR retrotransposons. The CR1-6_AG consensus sequence was reconstructed based on multiple alignment of ~10 copies identified in the sequenced portion of the genome. Given the ~2% divergence of these copies from the consensus sequence, transposition of CR1-6_AG occurred less than 1 million years ago. The 3' terminus of CR1-6_AG is composed of the ATAAAC microsatellite. CR1-6_AG encodes two protein sequences: a 358-aa CR1-6_AG-ORF1p (positions 225-1299) and 998-aa CR1-6_AG-ORF2p (positions 1300-4293). CR1-6_AG_ORF1p is DNA/RNA binding protein composed of the PDH domain (aa positions 4-57). CR1-6_AG-ORF2p is composed of the AP endonuclease (aa positions 50-230) and reverse transcriptase (aa positions 550-780) domains. CR1-6_AG-ORF1p: MAAICFACAVSLDAADCIVGCAYCEATFHRGCCRLPSELIDAVLTHIDLHWSCTGCTNILKNPRCRSVKE IGAQVGFQAALTSTVAAVGKLIEPIIAEVRSGFTLLQNAPIPQLCNTDPRPVAGRKRRRIIEDSMSPDVN KNVNIRQNNMFAASSPSAYTNTTVGIPPSSTLPEELMGTDSLSSPLRAAFPQPATDRIWIRLSRLSTAVT VEQVVASVKRRLATDDVLAYCLLRKGVSVDSVNWLSFKVRVPAALRDAALAPSSWPVGIGVREFVQSRQR EHGHSSSPITIKHRSLTRTPVVIDRRSMPRTPTSTVYHAPAHASTSQAQTLTSPQLGEHTLNDTTHGPNS TLIDGPLLIRRTSNTNLQQTTLDRFFHE CR1-6_AG-ORF2p: FAALPTPTYNRPHLTVSFTNRRTSVKSAQTPTCYVPAANALRTARSTASVYYQNVRGLRTKVDEFRLSVL ESNFDVIVLTETWLDPSLPSALLFDDSFRVYRCDRSVDNSTCSRGGGVLIACSQSLTSREHTTVHPSLEL VCVVIQLGNSRLFIIAAYLPPRLAANAATLREIENCIRSLCSTMHPGDGLLLLGDFNQPLVSWSAAQHDP DLPFLHYEPRTRSALSALFMDEMHHSGLFQINGHLNTSGRVLDLVFANNAVASVCLPLELCLTPLLAIDT YHPALELAIPLPREESAVPALTSRLDYARTDFNRLLPMIASFANVFDCSHYATLDLAVKDFERFMLQALN ECTPVKRPKRGPPWGDRTLRRLKTAKAAAYRDYLLRRCPAALRNYNTAHSLYRRYNRFRYLGHVRRTVLR CRGNSRVLWNFANNRRKSSGFPSSVSYNGRNGNNPSAVCDIFASRFAATFLPAVTDERQIADALSNVPVD AMAPNLPIIDEYSVSKAIDRLKSSFAPGPDGIPASTLKRCGTTIAPILASIFRDSLRSGIYPACWKTSWL VPVHKKGDKSNACNYRGITSLCACAKVFELLVYEPLLAAASNYISTAQHGFVPQRSTTTNLVEFVSLCHR TIDAGSQIDAVYTDIKAAFDSVPHALLLAKLETLGLPVQLLAWMRSYLTGRTYCVKMGPHTSRRIDASSG VPQGSNLGPLLFVIFLNDVTRLLPPDGHLLYADDAKLFLPIRDRSDQLRLQATLSAFQSWCSLNGLELCV EKCVVVTFARKRCPLVYDYALNGSTIGRKSCVTDLGVLLDEKLSFHDQLEHVVTKGNQLIGLLKQIARDI TDPICIKTLYCALVRPVLEYASVVWWPTAARPLARLESIQRKFTRFALRSWSVQLDYEGRCALLGIETLK QRNCNAQRLFVAGLLDNRIDSPALLSRLNMYVPPRSLRARSLLDVEERRTRFGSSDPFIRMCREFNVICD RHQPDMSRTALLNSIRVV
Derived:
[1] (Consensus)
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