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Table 2 Recovered transposon families found in sequences from other species.

From: Bursts and horizontal evolution of DNA transposons in the speciation of pseudotetraploid salmonids

Organism Family Genbank accession numbers   
Acanthophthalmus kuhli Tss L48686     
Astatotilapia burtoni DT1 DQ386647 L41173    
Carassius auratus Tss AY351357     
Chasmistes brevirostris Tss AY351357     
Cyprinus carpio Tss L48683     
Danio rerio DT1 CR753816     
Danio rerio DT2 CR790363 CR376861    
Danio rerio DT10 AL954144     
Danio rerio SALT1 CR450768     
Deltistes luxatus DT5 AF314683     
Esox lucius Tss L41172     
Gasterosteus aculeatus SALT1 AC182753     
Ictalurus punctatus DT1 DQ400445     
Oncorhynchus kisutch Tss DQ668034     
Oncorhynchus mykiss DT1 AB162342     
Oncorhynchus mykiss DT3 DQ246664     
Oncorhynchus mykiss SSTN1 AB162343     
Oncorhynchus mykiss DT13/14 AY872256     
Oncorhynchus tshawytscha SALT1 AY100012     
Oryzias latipes DT6 BA000027     
Petromyzon marinus DT1 AF464190     
Polypterus bichir DT10 AC132195     
Rana pipens DT10 AY261371     
Salvelinus confluentus DT7 AY788871     
Salvelinus fontinalis DT4 AY308064     
Salvelinus namaycush Tss AF017232     
Tanichthys albonubus Tss L48685     
Xenopus laevis DT10 U43662     
Xenopus tropicalis DT1 AC145794 AC148453 AC148466 AC149518 AC149594
   AC149875 AC149881 AC155950 AC155952  
Xenopus tropicalis DT2 AC147826 AC166141    
Xenopus tropicalis DT10 AC147174     
  1. Genbank accession numbers indicate the sequence(s) in which the element was found.