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Table 2 Characteristics of the DIRS1, Gypsy and Copia sequences (TE dataset) detected in nototheniid genomes

From: Mobilization of retrotransposons as a cause of chromosomal diversification and rapid speciation: the case for the Antarctic teleost genus Trematomus

TE superfamily Family Amplification size (kb)1 Region2
DIRS1 (YNoto) YNotoJ 1.25 1
YNotoV 1.26 1
YNotoB 1.25 1
YNotoR 1.25 1
Gypsy (GyNoto) GyNotoA 1.54 2
GyNotoB 1.54 2
GyNotoD 1.55 2
GyNotoE 1.62 2
GyNotoF 0.61 3
GyNotoH 0.61 3
GyNotoI 0.61 3
GyNotoJ 1.22 2
GyNotoRT 0.65 1
Copia (CoNoto) CoNotoA 0.94 1
CoNotoB 1.38 2
  1. 1Size of TE consensus from each family found in nototheniid genomes.2Either for DIRS1, Gypsy or for Copia elements, we focused on the pol region. The TE sequences are then overlapping on 1: RT/RH, 2: RT/RH/INT or 3: INT domains