The solitary long terminal repeats of ERV-9 endogenous retrovirus are conserved during primate evolution and possess enhancer activities in embryonic and hematopoietic cells

Jianhua Ling, Wenhu Pi, Roni Jacob Bollag, Shan Zeng, Meral Keskintepe, Hatem Saliman, Sanford Krantz, Barry Whitney, Dorothy Tuan Lo

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