interspersed sequences

Laurent Duret duret at biomserv.univ-lyon1.fr
Mon Feb 17 03:37:13 EST 1997


In article <5e7p30$3eu at sansgene.genethon.fr>, bernot at sansgene.genethon.fr (Alain Bernot) writes:
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>
>hi
>
>can anybody tell me if the interspersed sequences in the murine genome are
>related to a known gene (in the same way as the human Alu is related to the 7SL
>RNA in primates). I am also looking for articles about repeated sequences in
>non-human species.
>


Yes, if I remember, B1 repeats in rodents also derive from the
7SL RNA gene. Indeed most of SINES in vertebrates derive from
small RNA genes (tRNA, 7SL, ...). For a review, look at

Deininger at al. 1989 In: Berg & Howe (ed) Mobile DNA, American Society for
Microbiology, Washington DC, pp.619-636.

Hope this helps,


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