Silene latifolia

Transposable elements

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Name Description Protein homology Other info Source
Angela Ty1-copia retrotransposon from lineage TORK. Puterova et al 2018
Athila Gypsy element. Is almost missing in the Y chromosome. One of the most abundant TEs in the S. latifolia genome. Kralova et al 2014
LINE LINEs - long interspersed nuclear elements, non-LTR retrotransposons terminating at the 39 end with a poly(A) tract. Cegan et al 2012
MITE Miniature inverted-repeat transposable element, non-autonomous DNA transposon. Bergero et al 2008
Ogre Ty3-gypsy long terminal repeat. Three Ogre families ubiquitous in the S. latifolia genome. One family is nearly absent on the Y chromosome. Genome size expanded due to amplification of this giant gypsy- type retrotransposon. Kubat et al 2014
Peabody Ty3-gypsy element bearing chromodomain integrase, from the Chromoviridae branch. Cegan et al 2012
Retand Belongs to gypsy-like family. They are consisting of a non-autonomous element Retand-1 and its autonomous partner Retand-2. They share similar long terminal repeat (LTR) sequences. Missing on subtelomere of short arm of Y. Kejnovsky et al 2006
Thelma Tag2-like transposase belonging to hAT superfamily of DNA transposons, branching with the Ac/Tam3 clade. Pritham et al 2003
Thelma 13 Tag2-like transposase belonging to hAT superfamily of DNA transposons, branching with the Ac/Tam3 clade. Functional, likely to be linked to the X or autosomes. Pritham et al 2003
Thelma 7 Tag2-like transposase belonging to hAT superfamily of DNA transposons, branching with the Ac/Tam3 clade. Y-linked copy, has acquired several mutations, large indels disruptin coding region (assumed to be connected to the Y degradation). Pritham et al 2003

Sex-chrom database 2020