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Whole genome surveys of rice, maize and sorghum reveal multiple horizontal transfers of the LTR-retrotransposon Route66 in Poaceae

By Anne Roulin, Benoit Piegu, Philippe M Fortune, François Sabot, Angélique D'Hont, Domenica Manicacci and Olivier Panaud
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