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... with the emergence of compact  heterochromatin 
Multi-scale structural community organisation of the human genome
Multi-scale structural community organisation of the human genome
Boulos, Rasha E.; Tremblay, Nicolas; Arneodo, Alain; Borgnat, Pierre; Audit, Benjamin
at the nuclear periphery [54]. ...
... exhibit homogenously stained  heterochromatin 
Synthesis of pre-rRNA and mRNA is directed to a chromatin-poor compartment in the macronucleus of the spirotrichous ciliate Stylonychia lemnae
Synthesis of pre-rRNA and mRNA is directed to a chromatin-poor compartment in the macronucleus of the spirotrichous ciliate Stylonychia lemnae
Postberg, Jan; Alexandrova, Olga; Lipps, Hans J.
and possess no nucleoli, macronuclear ...
... the nuclear shape became regular,  heterochromatin 
Function and mechanism of tumor suppressor gene LRRC4/NGL-2
Function and mechanism of tumor suppressor gene LRRC4/NGL-2
Li, Peiyao; Xu, Gang; Li, Guiyuan; Wu, Minghua
in nuclei decreased while euchromatin ...
... structure. Since the presence of  heterochromatin 
Conference Highlights of the 16th International Conference on Human Retrovirology: HTLV and Related Retroviruses, 26–30 June 2013, Montreal, Canada
Conference Highlights of the 16th International Conference on Human Retrovirology: HTLV and Related Retroviruses, 26–30 June 2013, Montreal, Canada
Barbeau, Benoit; Hiscott, John; Bazarbachi, Ali; Carvalho, Edgar; Jones, Kathryn; Martin, Fabiola; Matsuoka, Masao; Murphy, Edward L; Ratner, Lee; Switzer, William M; Watanabe, Toshiki
on the integrated HTLV-1 genome ...
... found that integration into both  heterochromatin 
Cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in the establishment of HIV-1 latency
Cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in the establishment of HIV-1 latency
Donahue, Daniel A; Wainberg, Mark A
[79, 98] and highly expressed genes ...
... was also described to associate with  heterochromatin 
CCTα
CCTα
Nolasco, Sofia; Gonçalves, João; Soares, Helena
in both somatic and germ cells during ...
... of DNA, more than 75% of which is  heterochromatin 
Genetic characterization of the polycotyledon locus in tomato
Genetic characterization of the polycotyledon locus in tomato
Madishetty, Kavitha; Bauer, P.; Sharada, M. S.; Al-Hammadi, A. S. A.; Sharma, R.
and largely devoid of genes. pct1-2 ...
... of 1,250 V/cm. We could see a lot of  heterochromatin 
Cellular stress induced by photodynamic reaction with CoTPPS and MnTMPyPCl5 in combination with electroporation in human colon adenocarcinoma cell lines (LoVo and LoVoDX)
Cellular stress induced by photodynamic reaction with CoTPPS and MnTMPyPCl5 in combination with electroporation in human colon adenocarcinoma cell lines (LoVo and LoVoDX)
Kulbacka, J.; Kotulska, M.; Rembiałkowska, N.; Choromańska, A.; Kamińska, I.; Garbiec, A.; Rossowska, J.; Daczewska, M.; Jachimska, B.; Saczko, J.
; myelin bodies (MB), several ...
... suggested that ESCs maintain stable  heterochromatin 
Achilles’ heel of pluripotent stem cells: genetic, genomic and epigenetic variations during prolonged culture
Achilles’ heel of pluripotent stem cells: genetic, genomic and epigenetic variations during prolonged culture
Rebuzzini, Paola; Zuccotti, Maurizio; Redi, Carlo Alberto; Garagna, Silvia
and chromosomes by an epigenetic ...
... β-galactosidase, telomere length and  heterochromatin 
Deficit of circulating stem – progenitor cells in opiate addiction: a pilot study
Deficit of circulating stem – progenitor cells in opiate addiction: a pilot study
Reece, Albert S; Davidson, Peter
foci) [42–45]. ...
... initially within H3K9me3-enriched  heterochromatin 
The novel tool of cell reprogramming for applications in molecular medicine
The novel tool of cell reprogramming for applications in molecular medicine
Mall, Moritz; Wernig, Marius
domains that restrict the access of ...
... shortening, Senescence-Associated  Heterochromatin 
Detection of mesenchymal stem cells senescence by prelamin A accumulation at the nuclear level
Detection of mesenchymal stem cells senescence by prelamin A accumulation at the nuclear level
Bellotti, Chiara; Capanni, Cristina; Lattanzi, Giovanna; Donati, Davide; Lucarelli, Enrico; Duchi, Serena
Foci (SAHF), Promyelocytic Leukemia ...
... restricted to euchromatin regions (  heterochromatin 
Increased transcription in hydroxyurea-treated root meristem cells of Vicia faba
Increased transcription in hydroxyurea-treated root meristem cells of Vicia faba
Winnicki, Konrad; Polit, Justyna Teresa; Maszewski, Janusz
and nucleoli were free of labeling), ...
... nuclear-to-cytoplasm content, have a  heterochromatin 
Adult Human Corneal Epithelial Stem Cells
Adult Human Corneal Epithelial Stem Cells
Girolamo, Nick
dense nucleus with no obvious ...
... in the distribution of their  heterochromatin 
Spatial distribution of osteoblast-specific transcription factor Cbfa1 and bone formation in atherosclerotic arteries
Spatial distribution of osteoblast-specific transcription factor Cbfa1 and bone formation in atherosclerotic arteries
Bobryshev, Yuri V.; Killingsworth, Murray C.; Lord, Reginald S. A.
(a–d). d Cisterns of the Golgi ...
... unlike the CENP-B protein, which is a  heterochromatin 
Domesticated P Elements in the Drosophila montium Species Subgroup Have a New Function Related to a DNA Binding Property
Domesticated P Elements in the Drosophila montium Species Subgroup Have a New Function Related to a DNA Binding Property
Reiss, Daphné; Nouaud, Danielle; Ronsseray, Stéphane; Anxolabéhère, Dominique
protein, P-TSA and P-BOC proteins are ...
... methylation stabilizing the inactive  heterochromatin 
DNA Methylation Patterns in Cancer
DNA Methylation Patterns in Cancer
Frühwald, Michael C.
structure.[23] • Histone methylation ...
... windows. Grey bars show centromeric  heterochromatin 
Identification of sequence motifs at the breakpoint junctions in three t(1;9)(p36.3;q34) and delineation of mechanisms involved in generating balanced translocations
Identification of sequence motifs at the breakpoint junctions in three t(1;9)(p36.3;q34) and delineation of mechanisms involved in generating balanced translocations
Gajecka, Marzena; Pavlicek, Adam; Glotzbach, Caron D.; Ballif, Blake C.; Jarmuz, Malgorzata; Jurka, Jerzy; Shaffer, Lisa G.
and gaps in the sequence of ...
... features of HGD include prominent  heterochromatin 
IBD: Management of Dysplasia in Patients with Ulcerative Colitis
IBD: Management of Dysplasia in Patients with Ulcerative Colitis
Connelly, Tara M.; Koltun, Walter A.
and more irregular nuclear ...
... allows for gene transcription, and  heterochromatin 
Early-Life Adversity and Suicide Risk: The Role of Epigenetics
Early-Life Adversity and Suicide Risk: The Role of Epigenetics
Turecki, Gustavo
, the inactive state which favours ...
... (TERRA), which is part of telomeric  heterochromatin 
Long Noncoding RNA: a New Player of Heart Failure?
Long Noncoding RNA: a New Player of Heart Failure?
Papait, Roberto; Kunderfranco, Paolo; Stirparo, Giuliano Giuseppe; Latronico, Michael V. G.; Condorelli, Gianluigi
in addition to being present in the ...
... and no signals were detected in  heterochromatin 
Histone acetylation and reactive oxygen species are involved in the preprophase arrest induced by sodium butyrate in maize roots
Histone acetylation and reactive oxygen species are involved in the preprophase arrest induced by sodium butyrate in maize roots
Zhang, Qi; Wang, Pu; Hou, Haoli; Zhang, Hao; Tan, Junjun; Huang, Yan; Li, Yingnan; Wu, Jinping; Qiu, Zhengming; Li, Lijia
knobs. ...
... SSR expansion in 3′-UTRs can cause  heterochromatin 
Organization of a β and α Globin Gene Set in the Teleost Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua
Organization of a β and α Globin Gene Set in the Teleost Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua
Halldórsdóttir, Katrín; Árnason, Einar
silencing by decreasing promoter ...
... and the increased detection of  heterochromatin 
Vascular Aging and Oxidative Stress: Hormesis and Adaptive Cellular Pathways
Vascular Aging and Oxidative Stress: Hormesis and Adaptive Cellular Pathways
Thorin-Trescases, Nathalie; Thorin, Eric
markers in the skin of aged baboons ...
... [62], while FAS1 is required for  heterochromatin 
Transcriptional profiles underlying parent-of-origin effects in seeds of Arabidopsis thaliana
Transcriptional profiles underlying parent-of-origin effects in seeds of Arabidopsis thaliana
Tiwari, Sushma; Spielman, Melissa; Schulz, Reiner; Oakey, Rebecca J; Kelsey, Gavin; Salazar, Andres; Zhang, Ke; Pennell, Roger; Scott, Rod J
formation [63]. ...