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Repair-Mediated Duplication by Capture of Proximal Chromosomal DNA Has Shaped Vertebrate Genome Evolution

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Identification of interrupted TEs.

(A) Annotation of an uninterrupted TE (blue rectangle) along a chromosome. The chromosomal location is shown above the rectangle, while the positions of the TE consensus sequence are shown below. (B) Annotation of an interrupted TE. After the insertion of a new sequence (red rectangle), the two TE fragments are separated along the chromosome.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgen.1000469.g002