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Synaptonemal Complex-Deficient Drosophila melanogaster Females Exhibit Rare DSB Repair Events, Recurrent Copy-Number Variation, and an Increased Rate of de Novo Transposable Element Movement

Miller DE. G3 (Bethesda). 2020;10:525-537.

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The Stowers Institute contributing author has selected to present the raw data of this manuscript resulting from work performed at The Stowers Institute. All sequencing data has been submitted by Danny Miller. Illumina data generated for
this project are available at the National Center for Biotechnology Information. Data for males from c(3)G68 females can befound under project PRJNA565835, data
for males from c(3)G68 heterozygous females is under project PRJNA565834, and data for males and females from corolla129 females is under
project PRJNA565794. Wild-type data used in this study were obtained from project PRJNA307070 (Miller et al. 2016). All code used in this project is
available at GitHub. Supplemental material is available at Figshare.

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