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short interspersed elements
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Molecular Biology
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LINEs (43 times)
TEs (13 times)
SINE (11 times)
1985 Repeat sequence families derived from mammalian tRNA genes.
short interspersed transposable elements
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--- 2002 Short interspersed transposable elements (SINEs) are excluded from imprinted regions in the human genome.
selective inhibitors of nuclear export
(3 times)
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BMSCs (1 time)
CLL (1 time)
CRM (1 time)
2012 Selective inhibitors of nuclear export show that CRM1/XPO1 is a target in chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
selectively inhibit nuclear exportins
(1 time)
Hematologic Diseases
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SINE (1 time)
TSP (1 time)
2015 Selective inhibitors of nuclear export (SINE) in hematological malignancies.
short interspersed sequences
(1 time)
Molecular Biology
(1 time)
tRNA (1 time)
2009 Prediction and verification of mouse tRNA gene families.
short mobile elements
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Molecular Biology
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PABP (1 time)
RNP (1 time)
2002 Shared protein components of SINE RNPs.
short repetitive elements
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Molecular Biology
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--- 1990 Short interspersed repeats in rabbit DNA can provide functional polyadenylation signals.
short retroposon families
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Molecular Biology
(1 time)
--- 2008 Bov-B-mobilized SINEs in vertebrate genomes.
short tandem interspersed elements
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--- 2003 [Polymorphism of six Alu-insertions in residents of Morocco: comparative study in Arab and Berber populations and residents of Casablanca].
10  specific family of interspersed repeats
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ChIP (1 time)
SC (1 time)
2013 A specific family of interspersed repeats (SINEs) facilitates meiotic synapsis in mammals.