Identification of novel non-autonomous CemaT transposable elements and evidence of their mobility within the C. elegans genome
We describe here two new transposable elements, CemaT4 and CemaT5, that were identified within the sequenced genome of Caenorhabditis elegans using homology based searches. Five variants of CemaT4 were found, all non-autonomous and sharing 26 bp inverted
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