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Evolutionary Conservation of Orthoretroviral Long Terminal Repeats (LTRs) and ab initio Detection of Single LTRs in Genomic Data

By Farid Benachenhou, Patric Jern, Merja Oja, Göran Sperber, Vidar Blikstad, Panu Somervuo, Samuel Kaski and Jonas Blomberg
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