ATon, abundant novel nonautonomous mobile genetic elements in yellow fever mosquito (Aedes aegypti)
1 Department of Biology, University of Toronto Mississauga, SB3058, Mississauga, ON, L5L 1 C6, Canada
2 Cell and System Biology, Toronto, ON, Canada
BMC Genomics 2012, 13:283 doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-283Published: 27 June 2012
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Figure S1. Conceptual folding of TF000742 (A) and TF000743 (B). Stem regions, regions with inverted repeat configuration. A putative stem loop structure is present in each subterminal region of TF000742 on both 5’ and 3’ ends.
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Figure S2. Four types (I-IV) of aberrant RESs of ATon flanking sequences. Representative RESs are shown for each type. In each set of three sequences, the top sequence contains intact target site nucleotides “A” and “T” at RES, the middle sequence bears an ATon arbitrarily placed between the two nucleotides, and the bottom sequence contains an aberrant targets site. Type I, missing both “A” and “T” of the target site; Type II, missing at least one nucleotide of the target site “AT” and deletions beyond “AT”; Type III, missing both nucleotides of the target site “AT” and deletions beyond the target site; Type IV, presence of additional nucleotides between “A” and “T”. The copy number of each sequence in the genome is shown on the right.
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Table S1. Summary data for the 26 ATon families in A.aegypti. Each family is represented by its accession, size, copy number, RESs, and EST hits. Ten terminal nucleotides on both 5’ and 3’ ends are shown for each family.
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Sequence File. Sequences for each TE element that exists at more than 10 identical copies in the A. aegypti genome sequences.
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