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ready Group II introns database

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Database for identification and cataloguing of group II introns. All bacterial introns listed in the main page are full-length and appear to be functional, based on intron RNA and IEP characteristics. The database names the full-length introns, and provides information on their boundaries, host genes, and secondary structures. In addition, the website provides tools for analysis that may be useful to researchers who encounter group II introns in DNA sequences.



Record updated: May 10, 2017, 6:58 p.m. by The FAIRsharing Team.




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Database for mobile group II introns.

Dai L., Toor N., Olson R., Keeping A., Zimmerly S.,
Nucleic Acids Res. 2003

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Group II introns in eubacteria and archaea: ORF-less introns and new varieties.

Simon DM., Clarke NA., McNeil BA., Johnson I., Pantuso D., Dai L., Chai D., Zimmerly S.,
RNA 2008

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ORF-less and reverse-transcriptase-encoding group II introns in archaebacteria, with a pattern of homing into related group II intron ORFs.

Dai L., Zimmerly S.,
RNA 2003

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Compilation and analysis of group II intron insertions in bacterial genomes: evidence for retroelement behavior.

Dai L., Zimmerly S.,
Nucleic Acids Res. 2002

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