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Transposable Elements and Stress in Vertebrates: An Overview
International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Since their identification as genomic regulatory elements, Transposable Elements (TEs) were considered, at first, molecular parasites and later as an important source of genetic diversity and regulatory innovations. In vertebrates in particular, TEs have been recognized as playing an important role in major evolutionary transitions and biodiversity. Moreover, in the last decade, a significant number of papers has been published highlighting a correlation between TE activity and exposition todoi:10.3390/ijms22041970 pmid:33671215 fatcat:j25ka3h335as5jbqypp6fttylu