enzyme that catalyzes the excision and insertion of transposons in the genome.
An enzyme involved in the transfer of transposons within a genome.
An enzyme (or enzyme complex) required for the transposition of a particular transposable element. A transposase must recognize specific sites on the ends of a transposon, cut the transposon out of the original site, and insert the transposon into a new site.
An enzyme encoded by a transposon gene and that catalyses the movement of a DNA sequence to a different site in a DNA molecule, by catalysing the excision of the transposon from one site and its insertion into a new chromosomal site.
the enzyme that cuts the target DNA and splices in the transposing sequence; called the integrase in retroelements.
The enzyme responsible for moving a transposon from one place to another.