Helitron DNA transposon, Helitron1Na_Mam subfamily
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Helitrons are thought to transpose with a rolling circle mechanism, and represent a distinct class of DNA transposon. Helitron1Na_Mam represents a non-autonomous helitron fossil found broadly in mammals. Helitron1Na_Mam is identical to Helitron1Na_Mam except over the region 696-859 in "1Na" and 696-913 in "1Nb", where they are unrelated.
Helitrons on a roll: eukaryotic rolling-circle transposons.
Kapitonov VV, Jurka J;
Trends Genet 2007;23:521-529 Pubmed
Number of matches to this model that meet the "Gathering" threshold and more stringent "Trusted" threshold. For each threshold, two numbers are shown: (1) the number of matches to this model after removing redundant hits to other models ("non-redundant"), and (2) the total number of matches above threshold, including those with better scoring matches to other models ("all hits").
The model is 1062 positions long. The average length of non-redundant hits to the model is 327.5. This table shows the number of hits above score thresholds:
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