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“…The relative position of the four CSBs was the same as that reported in some vertebrates (Fig. 8) [7073]. Continuous poly-T chains spanning more than eight nucleotides, presumably functioning as a hindrance to the sequencing reaction, were observed in the upper region of CSB-I in almost all fishes examined.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 77%
“…The relative position of the four CSBs was the same as that reported in some vertebrates (Fig. 8) [7073]. Continuous poly-T chains spanning more than eight nucleotides, presumably functioning as a hindrance to the sequencing reaction, were observed in the upper region of CSB-I in almost all fishes examined.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 77%
“…The CD domain with flexible numbers of tandem repeats (VNTRs) considered as the origin of the H‐strand transcription (Brown, Gadaleta, Pepe, Saccone, & Sbisà, ). These patterns of conserved sequences alter within different vertebrate groups, including turtles (Ruokonen & Kvist, ; Wang, Zhou, & Nie, ). The CR is also known for the initiation of replication in vertebrates, including Geoemydid species, and is located between trnP and trnF with a varying size (Bing, Fei, Yi, & Qing‐Wei, ; Zheng et al, ).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These patterns of conserved sequences alter within different vertebrate groups, including turtles (Ruokonen & Kvist, 2002;Wang, Zhou, & Nie, 2011). The CR is also known for the initiation of replication in vertebrates, including Geoemydid species, and is located between trnP and trnF with a varying size (Bing, Fei, Yi, & Qing-Wei, 2006;Zheng et al, 2013).…”
Section: Control Regions (Crs)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As compared to the TAS and CSB domain with varying numbers of tandem repeats, the CD domain consisted of highly conserved sequences. Hence, the pattern of CR was varied among different vertebrates, including Testudines [60,61]. The total length of P. sylhetensis CR was 1,067 bp, compared to a range of 600 bp (Lepidochelys olivacea) to 3,885 bp (S. pardalis) in other species in the present dataset.…”
Section: Control Regionsmentioning
confidence: 57%