Data From - TE Density: a tool to investigate the biology of transposable elements

Scott Teresi & Patrick Edger
Background: Transposable elements (TEs) are powerful creators of genotypic and phenotypic diversity due to theirinherent mutagenic capabilities and in this way they serve as a deep reservoir of sequences for genomic variation. As agents of genetic disruption, a TE’s potential to impact phenotype is partially a factor of its location in the genome. Previous research has shown TEs’ ability to impact the expression of neighboring genes, however our understanding of this trend is hampered by...
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