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Repetitive sequence transcripts in development

Davidson, Eric H. and Posakony, James W. (1982) Repetitive sequence transcripts in development. Nature, 297 (5868). pp. 633-635. ISSN 0028-0836. doi:10.1038/297633a0.

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Interspersed repetitive sequences are represented widely in animal cell nuclear RNAs, in the poly(A) RNA stored in eggs and in some mRNAs. Their expression is developmentally modulated. Although the genomic location of repetitive sequences may change rapidly during evolution, the patterns of their transcription suggest a variety of possible functions.

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Additional Information:© 1982 Nature Publishing Group. This work was supported by NIH grant HD-05753.
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Official Citation:Repetitive sequence transcripts in development ERIC H. DAVIDSON & JAMES W. POSAKONY Nature 297, 633 - 635 (24 June 1982); doi:10.1038/297633a0
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