Repbase Reports

2010, Volume 10, Issue 9
September 30, 2010
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ISSN# 1534-830X
Page 1210

Gypsy172-I_Dr

An internal portion of a Gypsy-172_DR LTR retrotransposon - a consensus sequence.

Submitted:
23-Jul-2009
Accepted:
30-Sep-2010
Key Words:
Gypsy; LTR Retrotransposon; Transposable Element; endogenous retrovirus; Interspersed repeat; reverse transcriptase; gag; Gypsy superfamily; integrase; internal portion; Gypsy-172-I_DR; Gypsy-172-LTR_DR; Gypsy-172_DR; Gypsy172-I_Dr
Source:
Danio rerio
Organism:
Danio rerio
Taxonomy:
Eukaryota; Metazoa; Chordata; Craniata; Vertebrata; Euteleostomi; Actinopterygii; Neopterygii; Teleostei; Ostariophysi; Cypriniformes; Cyprinidae; Danio
[1] Authors:
Dib,M.R. and Naveira,H.F.
Title:
Gypsy-172_DR, a family of LTR retrotransposons from zebrafish.
Journal:
Repbase Reports 10(9), 1210-1210 (2010)
Abstract:
Gypsy-172-I_DR is an internal portion of the Gypsy-172_DR LTR retrotransposon that belongs to the Gypsy superfamily. Its long terminal repeat is deposited in Repbase as Gypsy-172-LTR_DR. Gypsy-172_DR is characterized by 4-bp target site duplications. Gypsy-172-I_DR is an internal portion of the Gypsy-172_DR LTR retrotransposon that belongs to the Gypsy superfamily. Its long terminal repeat is deposited in Repbase as Gypsy-172-LTR_DR. Gypsy-172_DR is characterized by 4-bp target site duplications.The internal portion contains three ORFs encoding the 157-aa Gypsy-172_DR1p gag (pos. 125-595) and 458-aa Gypsy-172_DR2p pol proteins (pos. 709-2083) composed of the protease, reverse transcriptase, and the 736-aa Gypsy-172_DR3p pol proteins (pos.2004-4211) composed of the integrase domain. Some insertions fairly recent, according to the hight identity between their flanking LTRs. Consensus obtained after the alignment of at least three independent insertions bearing at least 85% homology over at least 1000bp.
Derived:
[1] (Consensus)
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