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Genome wide survey, discovery and evolution of repetitive elements in three Entamoeba species

By Hernan Lorenzi, Mathangi Thiagarajan, Brian Haas, Jennifer Wortman, Neil Hall and Elisabet Caler
Topics: Research Article
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