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2002). CRR elements appear to transpose preferentially into CentO repeat arrays or other CRR elements. , 2002). , 2008). Thus, CR elements speciﬁcally target centromeric chromatin. , 2004). , 2011). , 2005). CRR1 and CRR2 are full size elements containing all protein domains required for retrotransposition. , 2005). Interestingly, FISH signals derived from the CRR1 and CRR2 probes were more concentrated in the centromeric and/or pericentromeric regions than were those from the noaCRR1 probe. , 2005).
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For color detail, please see color plate. 18 RICE CENTROMERES 19 Antibodies speciﬁc to CENH3 have been developed in a number of plant species. , 2003). , 2004). , 2003). Rice represents a rare exception in which several centromeres contain only limited amounts of highly repetitive DNA sequences. , 2005). These rice centromeres represent the best sequenced and characterized endogenous centromeres from any multicellular eukaryote. Yan and colleagues (2008) conducted a 454 sequencing of DNA sample prepared from antiCENH3 ChIP.