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Year Number of Results
1947 1
1949 1
1950 1
1952 2
1953 2
1954 1
1957 5
1958 1
1960 1
1961 2
1962 2
1963 2
1964 1
1965 6
1974 9
1975 50
1976 59
1977 61
1978 66
1979 145
1980 356
1981 559
1982 654
1983 756
1984 808
1985 1005
1986 1021
1987 1068
1988 1165
1989 1473
1990 1827
1991 2111
1992 2267
1993 2664
1994 3042
1995 3189
1996 3406
1997 3544
1998 3572
1999 3681
2000 4150
2001 4127
2002 3970
2003 4337
2004 4699
2005 4850
2006 4780
2007 4637
2008 4562
2009 4683
2010 4847
2011 5444
2012 5593
2013 5310
2014 5173
2015 5096
2016 4960
2017 4728
2018 4274
2019 2400
2020 60
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Repeat expansion diseases
Paulson H. Handb Clin Neurol 2018 - Review. PMID 29325606 Free PMC article.
The Integron: Adaptation On Demand
Escudero JA, et al. Microbiol Spectr 2015 - Review. PMID 26104695
Elimination of Toxic Microsatellite Repeat Expansion RNA by RNA-Targeting Cas9
Batra R, et al. Cell 2017. PMID 28803727 Free PMC article.
Means to target these repetitive RNAs are required for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. Here, we describe the development of a programmable CRISPR system capable of specifically visualizing and eliminating these toxic RNAs. ...
Means to target these repetitive RNAs are required for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. Here, we describe the development of a pr …
On the move
Martin SL. Elife 2018. PMID 29465398 Free PMC article.
The human genome structure and organization
Makałowski W. Acta Biochim Pol 2001 - Review. PMID 11833767 Free article.
The majority of the genome is represented by repetitiVe sequences (about 50%) and noncoding unique sequences. This part of the genome is frequently wrongly called "junk DNA". ...
The majority of the genome is represented by repetitiVe sequences (about 50%) and noncoding unique sequences. This part of the genome …
Iteron Plasmids
Konieczny I, et al. Microbiol Spectr 2014 - Review. PMID 26104462
Rex Retroelements and Teleost Genomes: An Overview
Carducci F, et al. Int J Mol Sci 2018 - Review. PMID 30463278 Free PMC article.
Repetitive DNA is an intriguing portion of the genome still not completely discovered and shows a high variability in terms of sequence, genomic organization, and evolutionary mode. ...
Repetitive DNA is an intriguing portion of the genome still not completely discovered and shows a high variability in terms of sequen
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