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Satellite DNA in gene regulation and environmental adaptation (SatGenReg)

Repetitive elements can be a source of regulatory sequences and could act to distribute regulatory elements throughout the genome. In particular, mobile transposable elements are known to be a source of noncoding material that influences evolution of gene regulatory networks.

Principal investigator: Đurđica Ugarković

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