Data from: Differential effect of selection against LINE retrotransposons among vertebrates inferred from whole-genome data and demographic modeling

Alexander T Xue, Robert P. Ruggiero, Michael J. Hickerson & Stéphane Boissinot
Variation in LINE composition is one of the major determinants for the substantial size and structural differences among vertebrate genomes. In particular, the larger genomes of mammals are characterized by hundreds of thousands of copies from a single LINE clade, L1, whereas nonmammalian vertebrates possess a much greater diversity of LINEs, yet with orders of magnitude less in copy number. It has been proposed that such variation in copy number among vertebrates is due to...
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