Selfish genetic elementsAgren, JAC, A. G., PLOS Genetics, 14:20. 2018.
Selfish genetic elements (historically also referred to as selfish genes, ultra-selfish genes, selfish DNA, parasitic DNA, genomic outlaws) are genetic segments that can enhance their own transmission at the expense of other genes in the genome, even if this has no or a negative ...
Keywords: drosophila-melanogaster, gene drive evolution, gene drive mechanism, gene drive models, gene drive natural, gene drive synthetic, Genetics & Heredity, genome size, green beard, homing endonuclease genes, male-sterility, natural-selection, population dynamics, segregation distortion, sex-ratio, transposable elements
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