Core-SINE blocks comprise a large fraction of monotreme genomes; implications for vertebrate chromosome evolution
The genomes of the egg-laying platypus and echidna are of particular interest because monotremes are the most basal mammal group. The chromosomal distribution of an ancient family of short interspersed repeats (SINEs), the core-SINEs, was investigated to
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