The Corynebacterial insertion sequence IS31831 promotes the formation of an excised transposon fragment.
Biotechnol. Lett. 17: 1143-1148. 1995.
A.A. Vertès, Y. Asai, M. Inui, M. Kobayashi and H. Yukawa.

The corynebacterial insertion sequence IS31831 was demonstrated to promote in vivo formation of an excited transposon fragment (ETF). The results presented in this report support the view that ETF formation is a general feature of conservative transposition.