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... of mRNA steady-state levels,  heterochromatin 
Expansion of the Ago gene family in the teleost clade
Expansion of the Ago gene family in the teleost clade
McFarlane, Lindsey; Svingen, Terje; Braasch, Ingo; Koopman, Peter; Schartl, Manfred; Wilhelm, Dagmar
formation, DNA methylation, as well ...
... than expected, indicating that  heterochromatin 
CHD3 facilitates vRNP nuclear export by interacting with NES1 of influenza A virus NS2
CHD3 facilitates vRNP nuclear export by interacting with NES1 of influenza A virus NS2
Hu, Yong; Liu, Xiaokun; Zhang, Anding; Zhou, Hongbo; Liu, Ziduo; Chen, Huanchun; Jin, Meilin
is a platform which plays roles in ...
... on integration of transgenes within  heterochromatin 
Replication profile of PCDH11X and PCDH11Y, a gene pair located in the non-pseudoautosomal homologous region Xq21.3/Yp11.2
Replication profile of PCDH11X and PCDH11Y, a gene pair located in the non-pseudoautosomal homologous region Xq21.3/Yp11.2
Wilson, N. D.; Ross, L. J. N.; Close, J.; Mott, R.; Crow, T. J.; Volpi, E. V.
provide further evidence for the ...
... from metaphase pericentromeric  heterochromatin 
Investigating 5-Hydroxymethylcytosine (5hmC): The State of the Art
Investigating 5-Hydroxymethylcytosine (5hmC): The State of the Art
Nestor, Colm E.; Reddington, James P.; Benson, Mikael; Meehan, Richard R.
[49]. ...
... has a single nucleus with only little  heterochromatin 
The fate of the larval epidermis in the Desor-larva of Lineus viridis (Pilidiophora, Nemertea) displays a historically constrained functional shift from planktotrophy to lecithotrophy
The fate of the larval epidermis in the Desor-larva of Lineus viridis (Pilidiophora, Nemertea) displays a historically constrained functional shift from planktotrophy to lecithotrophy
Döhren, Jörn
(Fig. 2e). ...