Silene latifolia

Tandemly repeated sequences

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Name Description Protein homology Other info Source
ITR Interstitial telomere-like repeats; ITRs and ITR-adjacent sequences (IASs). Uchida et al 2002
KpnI Family of satellite DNA on the distal ends of chromosomes. (“Sl-distal-satDNA”). Kazama et al 2003
Microsatellites Majority of microsatellites are accumulated on the q arm of the Y chromosome. Kubat et al 2008
RMY1 Subtelomeric repetitive sequence. Detected at both ends of the X chromosome and at one end near the pseudoautosomal region of the Y chromosome. high similarityto X-43.1, identical localization. Homology to rDNA genes. Matsunaga et al 1999
SacI (family) Family of satellite DNA sequences on subtelomeric positions of sex chromosomes. Garrido-Ramos et al 1999
STAR-C Centromeric satellite. Cermak et al 2008
STAR-Y Tandem repeat, carrying a small deletion, specifically localized on the q-arm of the Y chromosome. Cermak et al 2008
TR1 Tandem repeat with monomer length of 53 bp. Localized in 45S rDNA loci. Cermak et al 2008
TRAYC Satellite DNA - highly abundant in the non-recombining centromeric and pericentromeric region of the Y. Hobza et al 2006a
X43.1 Member of SacI family. Structure creating junctions between telomeres and a major subtelomeric repeat. Located at both ends of six pairs of autosomes and the X chromosome, and at one end of four pairs of autosomes and the Y chromosome + sequences X-3, X-41 and X-36. Sykorova et al 2003

Sex-chrom database 2020