Tony Heitkam
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The Ty1-copia families SALIRE and Cotzilla populating the Beta vulgaris genome show remarkable differences in abundance, chromosomal distribution, and age
B Weber, T Wenke, U Frömmel, T Schmidt, T Heitkam
Chromosome Research 18 (2), 247-263, 2010
BNR – a LINE family from Beta vulgaris– contains a RRM domain in open reading frame 1 and defines a L1 sub‐clade present in diverse plant genomes
T Heitkam, T Schmidt
The Plant Journal 59 (6), 872-882, 2009
FlexiDot: highly customizable, ambiguity-aware dotplots for visual sequence analyses
KM Seibt, T Schmidt, T Heitkam
Bioinformatics, 2018
Highly diverse chromoviruses of Beta vulgaris are classified by chromodomains and chromosomal integration
B Weber, T Heitkam, D Holtgräwe, B Weisshaar, AE Minoche, JC Dohm, ...
Mobile DNA 4 (1), 1-16, 2013
Profiling of extensively diversified plant LINEs reveals distinct plant-specific subclades
T Heitkam, D Holtgräwe, JC Dohm, AE Minoche, H Himmelbauer, ...
The Plant Journal 79 (3), 385-397, 2014
Next-generation sequencing reveals differentially amplified tandem repeats as a major genome component of Northern Europe's oldest Camellia japonica
T Heitkam, S Petrasch, F Zakrzewski, A Kögler, T Wenke, S Wanke, ...
Chromosome Research 23 (4), 791-806, 2015
A comparative analysis of two conserved motifs in bacterial poly (A) polymerase and CCA-adding enzyme
A Just, F Butter, M Trenkmann, T Heitkam, M Mörl, H Betat
Nucleic Acids Research 36 (16), 5212-5220, 2008
TE-Tracker: systematic identification of transposition events through whole-genome resequencing
A Gilly, M Etcheverry, MA Madoui, J Guy, L Quadrana, A Alberti, A Martin, ...
BMC Bioinformatics 15 (1), 377, 2014
Evolutionary reshuffling in the Errantivirus lineage Elbe within the Beta vulgaris genome
C Wollrab, T Heitkam, D Holtgräwe, B Weisshaar, AE Minoche, JC Dohm, ...
The Plant Journal 72 (4), 636-651, 2012
Adding color to a century‐old enigma: multi‐color chromosome identification unravels the autotriploid nature of saffron (Crocus sativus) as a hybrid of wild Crocus …
T Schmidt, T Heitkam, S Liedtke, V Schubert, G Menzel
New Phytologist, 2019
The diversification and activity of hAT transposons in Musa genomes
G Menzel, T Heitkam, KM Seibt, F Nouroz, M Müller-Stoermer, ...
Chromosome Research 22 (4), 559-571, 2014
Satellite DNA landscapes after allotetraploidisation of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) reveal unique A and B subgenomes
T Heitkam, B Weber, I Walter, S Liedtke, C Ost, T Schmidt
The Plant Journal, 2020
Broken, silent, and in hiding: tamed endogenous pararetroviruses escape elimination from the genome of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris)
N Schmidt, KM Seibt, B Weber, T Schwarzacher, T Schmidt, T Heitkam
Annals of Botany, 2021
Bioinformatic and molecular analysis of satellite repeat diversity in Vaccinium genomes
N Sultana, G Menzel, T Heitkam, KK Kojima, W Bao, S Serçe
Genes 11 (5), 527, 2020
The Cassandra retrotransposon landscape in sugar beet (Beta vulgaris) and related Amaranthaceae: recombination and re-shuffling lead to a high structural …
S Maiwald, B Weber, KM Seibt, T Schmidt, T Heitkam
Annals of botany 127 (1), 91-109, 2021
The conserved 3′ Angio‐domain defines a superfamily of short interspersed nuclear elements (SINEs) in higher plants
KM Seibt, T Schmidt, T Heitkam
The Plant Journal 101 (3), 681-699, 2020
Application of retrotransposon-based Inter-SINE Amplified Polymorphism (ISAP) markers for the differentiation of common poplar genotypes
B Reiche, A Koegler, K Morgenstern, M Brueckner, B Weber, T Heitkam, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2021
Comparative analysis of repetitive sequences reveals genome differences between two common cultivated Vaccinium species (V. corymbosum and V. macrocarpon)
N Sultana, S Serçe, G Menzel, T Heitkam, T Schmidt
Journal of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology 1 (2), 7-15, 2017
TE Hub: a community-oriented space for sharing and connecting tools, data, resources, and methods for transposable element annotation
The TE Hub Consortium, TA Elliott, T Heitkam, R Hubley, H Quesneville, ...
Mobile DNA 12 (1), 1-5, 2021
Comparative repeat profiling of two closely related conifers (Larix decidua and Larix kaempferi) reveals high genome similarity with only few fast-evolving satellite DNAs
T Heitkam, L Schulte, B Weber, S Liedtke, S Breitenbach, A Kögler, ...
Frontiers in Genetics, 2021
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