SST1 (DF0001065)

SST1 - large human satellite identified with SstI enzyme

Description

SST1 represents ~1.5Kb of a ~2.5Kb tandemly repeating satellite found on human chromosomes 19 and 4, far from the centromere or telomere. When found outside of these chromosomes, they tend to be centromeric. A subsegment of SST1 can also be found at several sites in human at one terminus of a GSATII gamma satellite array.

Synonyms: MER22

References

  1. A new moderately repetitive DNA sequence family of novel organization.
    Epstein ND, Karlsson S, O'Brien S, Modi W, Moulton A, Nienhuis AW;
    Nucleic Acids Res 1987;15:2327-2341 Pubmed

Classification

Accession Name Wikipedia
Type Satellite Article
Class Satellite Article
Superfamily centromeric Article

Hit Statistics

The model is 1563 positions long. The average length of non-redundant hits to the model is 843.5. This table shows the number of hits above score thresholds:

Species Gathering Trusted
non-redundant all hits non-redundant all hits
Homo sapiens 927 1020 745 826

External Database Links

  • Repbase : MER22 [Requires Repbase registration]