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  1. The sequences of DNA that can move or transpose themselves to new positions within the genome of a single cell are known as transposable genetic elements.
  2. These are mobile genetic elements also known as ‘Jumping Genes’ or ‘Transposons’.
  3. These genes do not have a fix location in the genome.
  4. e.g. Alu sequences in the human genome.
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