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Table 1 Percent identity of pSc200 monomers present in BAC clone 119C15

From: The expansion of heterochromatin blocks in rye reflects the co-amplification of tandem repeats and adjacent transposable elements

Sequence of the pSc200 monomers in contig fr47-1 fr47-2 exo2-1 T79-1 T79-2 exo6-1 exo7-1 T713-1 exo9-1 exo9-2 T7-6
fr47-1 100 89.36 95.77 88.56 95.23 89.04 98.41 88.86 95.49 89.36 95.77
fr47-2   100 90.16 96.55 89.33 97.60 90.43 99.47 89.36 96.82 89.92
exo2-1    100 90.16 98.41 89.84 96.83 89.66 98.41 90.69 98.94
T79-1     100 89.33 96.27 89.63 96.02 89.10 97.61 89.92
T79-2      100 89.01 96.82 88.83 98.94 89.87 99.47
exo6-1       100 90.11 97.07 89.07 97.07 89.60
exo7-1        100 89.92 97.08 90.43 97.35
T713-1         100 88.86 96.29 89.39
exo9-1          100 89.63 99.73
exo9-2           100 90.45
Т7-6            100
  1. Fragment of the pSc200 array from DNA BAC199C15 was sub-cloned in a plasmid vector pGem-5Zf(+). Then a series of deletion clones was obtained according to [24] and their inserts were sequenced and assembled into a contig encompassing 11 full-length monomers of pSc200