ABOUT Sakemi

Founded in 1982, located in Quanzhou, which is the heart of world manufacture center of tiles, we are specialized in ceramic tiles, porcelain tiles, sanitary ware, mosaic, furniture and so on. Our company is a subsidiary of Torch Ceramic Group, which has been producing tiles for Chinese domestic market for more than 30 years.Service:Sourcing and OEM orders according to customers' samples;Sell and supply valuable building materials to customers;Agent of import and export;Logistic service for goods transport around the world;Team:Good and professional product knowledgeWork hard; high English level for conversationGood at production and export controls, such as sourcing, manufacture, quality control and logisticOur Value:Customer First;Have factories and cooperate with many manufactures to arrange goods at low price;

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The struggle for life of the genome's selfish architects

Background. For a century and half, from the publication of "On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life" by Darwin [] to the present day, thinking about evolution has not drastically changed, but it has itself "evolved" by taking on board new insights, and all the fresh data arising from the last 30 years of molecular ...

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2011. 3. 17.· Transposable elements (TEs) were first discovered more than 50 years ago, but were totally ignored for a long time. Over the last few decades they have gradually attracted increasing interest from research scientists. Initially they were viewed as totally marginal and anecdotic, but TEs have been revealed as potentially harmful parasitic entities, ubiquitous in genomes, and finally as ...

The struggle for life of the genome's selfish architects. - …

2011. 3. 17.· DNA Res. 2006; 13:267–274. doi: 10.1093/dnares/dsm001. [Google Scholar] Obado SO, Bot C, Nilsson D, Andersson B, Kelly JM. Repetitive DNA is associated with centromeric domains in Trypanosoma brucei but not Trypanosoma cruzi. Genome Biol. 2007; 8:R37. doi: …