Repbase Reports

2007, Volume 7, Issue 12
December 31, 2007
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ISSN# 1534-830X
Page 1188

hAT5-1_NV

Starlet sea anemone hAT5-1_NV autonomous DNA transposon - a consensus sequence.

Submitted:
30-Dec-2007
Accepted:
31-Dec-2007
Key Words:
hAT; DNA transposon; Transposable Element; 5-bp TSDs; hAT5 group; hAT5-1_NV
Source:
Nematostella vectensis
Organism:
Nematostella vectensis
Taxonomy:
Eukaryota; Metazoa; Cnidaria; Anthozoa; Zoantharia; Actiniaria; Edwardsiidae; Nematostella
[2] Authors:
Kapitonov,V.V. and Jurka,J.
Title:
hAT5 - a novel group of autonomous hAT DNA transposons characterized by 5-bp target site duplications.
Journal:
Repbase Reports 7(12), 1188-1188 (2007)
Abstract:
hAT5-1_NV is a young family of hAT DNA transposons and it belongs to a novel group of hAT transposons, called hAT5, generating 5-bp target site duplications upon their insertions into chromosomal DNA. The hAT5 transposase is similar to the standard hAT transposase (they share conserved catalytic motifs and converge with each other after a few rounds of PSI-BLAST); identified hAT5 transposase sequences form a distinctive phylogenetic cluster and they are also present in different species, e.g. sea urchin. hAT5-1_NV is flanked by 13-bp TIRs and encodes a 781-aa transposase (3 exons). The transposase contains the C2H2 zinc finger motif present in diverse hAT transposase sequences encoded by different hAT transposons. DNA5-5_NV is a family of non-autonomous transposons derived from hAT5-1_NV. A copy of a DNA-TA-3_NV transposon is masked by "X".
Derived:
[2] (Consensus)
Download Sequence - Format:
IG, EMBL, FASTA
References:
  1. Putnam,N.H., Srivastava,M., Hellsten,U., Dirks,B., Chapman,J., Salamov,A., Terry,A., Shapiro,H., Lindquist,E., Kapitonov,V.V., Jurka,J., Genikhovich,G., Grigoriev,I.V., Lucas,S.M., Steele,R.E., Finnerty,J.R., Technau,U., Martindale,M.Q. and Rokhsar,D.S.
    Sea anemone genome reveals ancestral eumetazoan gene repertoire and genomic organization.
    Science 317(5834), 86-94 (2007)

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