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Insertion of a chimeric retrotransposon sequence in mouse Axin1 locus causes metastable kinky tail phenotype
Transposable elements (TEs) make up >50% of the human genome, and the majority of retrotransposon insertions are truncated and many are located in introns. However, the effects of retrotransposition on the host genes remain ...