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Restriction map of an An. gambiae IS+ clone showing approximate insertion site with respect to the 28S coding region of an IS- clone. exclude the possibility that the missing portion would show homology with the AAGr23 sequence. 0-kb HindIII genomic fragments in the An . 0-kb HindIII fragments in XAGr23 from which the subclones were derived. 10; thus other IS classes may be found in this region of the rDNA. DNA homologous with the subclones 23A and 23B is not detected in other species of the complex, which suggests that the entire IS is absent from or highly diverged in the other species.
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Advances in Disease Vector Research by Frank H. Collins, Susan M. Paskewitz (auth.), Kerry F. Harris (eds.)