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mtDNA repeats

Dr. J.M. Bautista jbautist at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Tue Dec 26 14:01:53 EST 1995

I think that this is already unknown in plants. In mammals you can take a 
look to this recent paper: R. Zardoya et al.(1995) Current Genetics 28, 
94-96, which details some aspects on repeats in the D-loop region of 
mitochondrial genomes.

J.M. Bautista

On Fri, 8 Dec 1995, Konstantin Krutovskii wrote:

> Dear bioneters,> 
> I wonder if any regular, conservative and frequently distributed repeats 
> or genetic elements not shorter than 15-20 bp exist in plant
> mitochondrial genome. I would appreciate it very much if 
> you could help me to find any related information on this 
> matter or recommend me  papers where I can find it.
> Sincerely,
> Dr. Konstantin Krutovskii

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