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mys inserted in chromosomes

mys inserted in chromosomes
Description:
Repetitive DNA can have preferred insertion sites. In this example, yellow represents the distribution of mys (a type of LINE) over a mouse genome where chromosomes are orange. There are more mys inserted in the sex (X) chromosomes.
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mys, x chromosomes, repetitive dna, mouse genome, sex x, insertion
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