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... suppressor of ira 1 (msi1) and like-  heterochromatin 
Molecular memories in the regulation of seasonal flowering: from competence to cessation
Molecular memories in the regulation of seasonal flowering: from competence to cessation
Bratzel, Fabian; Turck, Franziska
protein 1 (lhp1) show an early to ...
... genes, RNA polymerase II sites and  heterochromatin 
Chromosome territory repositioning induced by PHA-activation of lymphocytes: A 2D and 3D appraisal
Chromosome territory repositioning induced by PHA-activation of lymphocytes: A 2D and 3D appraisal
Ioannou, Dimitrios; Kandukuri, Lakshmi; Simpson, Joe Leigh; Tempest, Helen Ghislaine
can be found throughout the nucleus ...
... for the formation of facultative  heterochromatin 
Role of Host Genes in Influenza Virus Replication
Role of Host Genes in Influenza Virus Replication
Shaw, Megan L.; Stertz, Silke
, has also been implicated in RNP ...
... nuclei with markedly differentiated  heterochromatin 
Ultrastructural and metabolic changes in osteoblasts exposed to uranyl nitrate
Ultrastructural and metabolic changes in osteoblasts exposed to uranyl nitrate
Tasat, D. R.; Orona, N. S.; Mandalunis, P. M.; Cabrini, R. L.; Ubios, A. M.
and euchromatin (Fig. 1c). ...
... H4K12ac could indicate centromeric  heterochromatin 
Epigenetic marking of sperm by post-translational modification of histones and protamines
Epigenetic marking of sperm by post-translational modification of histones and protamines
Brunner, Andrea M; Nanni, Paolo; Mansuy, Isabelle M
[23]. ...
... [25, 26]. Such is the case of LIKE  HETEROCHROMATIN 
H2A monoubiquitination in Arabidopsis thaliana is generally independent of LHP1 and PRC2 activity
H2A monoubiquitination in Arabidopsis thaliana is generally independent of LHP1 and PRC2 activity
Zhou, Yue; Romero-Campero, Francisco J.; Gómez-Zambrano, Ángeles; Turck, Franziska; Calonje, Myriam
PROTEIN 1 (LHP1), which has been ...
... genes encoding proteins involved in  heterochromatin 
A genome-wide screen for modifiers of transgene variegation identifies genes with critical roles in development
A genome-wide screen for modifiers of transgene variegation identifies genes with critical roles in development
Ashe, Alyson; Morgan, Daniel K; Whitelaw, Nadia C; Bruxner, Timothy J; Vickaryous, Nicola K; Cox, Liza L; Butterfield, Natalie C; Wicking, Carol; Blewitt, Marnie E; Wilkins, Sarah J; Anderson, Gregory J; Cox, Timothy C; Whitelaw, Emma
formation, for example, HP1 and ...
... transcription mark leading to  heterochromatin 
Environmental Contributors to Epigenetics and Cardiovascular Disease Risk
Environmental Contributors to Epigenetics and Cardiovascular Disease Risk
Park, Lawrence C.; Turgeon, Paul J.; Marsden, Philip A.
, while H3K4 mono-methylation is an ...
... ”; chapter by Thomas Liehr et al. “  Heterochromatin 
Background
Background
Liehr, Thomas; Weise, Anja
Directed M-FISH ”; chapter by Anja ...
... A clump of nucleolus-associated  heterochromatin 
Specification of the Cerebellar Territory
Specification of the Cerebellar Territory
Wassef, Marion
appears as a central dot within the ...
... markedly changed (Fig. 6). Nuclear  heterochromatin 
Effects of upregulated expression of microRNA-16 on biological properties of culture-activated hepatic stellate cells
Effects of upregulated expression of microRNA-16 on biological properties of culture-activated hepatic stellate cells
Guo, Can-Jie; Pan, Qin; Jiang, Bo; Chen, Guang-Yu; Li, Ding-Guo
condensation and fragmentation, ...
... foci (SDFs) and senescence-associated  heterochromatin 
p21 Mediates Senescence by a Mechanism Involving Accumulation of Reactive Oxygen Species
p21 Mediates Senescence by a Mechanism Involving Accumulation of Reactive Oxygen Species
Masgras, Ionica; Macip, Salvador
foci (SAHFs) are other possible ...
... condensed chromatin is called  heterochromatin 
Organization at the Cellular Level
Organization at the Cellular Level
Krishnamurthy, K. V.; Bahadur, Bir
; it does not take part in RNA ...
... as CAMP interacts with HP1 (  Heterochromatin 
Kinetochore Malfunction in Human Pathologies
Kinetochore Malfunction in Human Pathologies
Wolf, Bas; Kops, Geert J. P. L.
protein 1) and POGZ (POGO ...
... expression of PRL to be located in a  heterochromatin 
Integrative DNA methylome analysis of pan-cancer biomarkers in cancer discordant monozygotic twin-pairs
Integrative DNA methylome analysis of pan-cancer biomarkers in cancer discordant monozygotic twin-pairs
Roos, Leonie; van Dongen, Jenny; Bell, Christopher G.; Burri, Andrea; Deloukas, Panos; Boomsma, Dorret I.; Spector, Tim D.; Bell, Jordana T.
block in the GM12878 B-lymphocyte ...
... gene silencing through  heterochromatin 
Regulatory non-coding RNAs in plants: potential gene resources for the improvement of agricultural traits
Regulatory non-coding RNAs in plants: potential gene resources for the improvement of agricultural traits
Shin, Sang-Yoon; Shin, Chanseok
formation. ...
... against the spreading of repressive  heterochromatin 
Predicting the three-dimensional folding of cis-regulatory regions in mammalian genomes using bioinformatic data and polymer models
Predicting the three-dimensional folding of cis-regulatory regions in mammalian genomes using bioinformatic data and polymer models
Brackley, Chris A.; Brown, Jill M.; Waithe, Dominic; Babbs, Christian; Davies, James; Hughes, Jim R.; Buckle, Veronica J.; Marenduzzo, Davide
, or as an insulator, preventing ...
... this transgene is known to form  heterochromatin 
Lessons from mouse chimaera experiments with a reiterated transgene marker: revised marker criteria and a review of chimaera markers
Lessons from mouse chimaera experiments with a reiterated transgene marker: revised marker criteria and a review of chimaera markers
Keighren, Margaret A.; Flockhart, Jean; Hodson, Benjamin A.; Shen, Guan-Yi; Birtley, James R.; Notarnicola-Harwood, Antonio; West, John D.
in at least some cell types ...
... nucleolus and small clumps of  heterochromatin 
Surface histology, topography, and ultrastructure of the tegument of adult Orthocoelium parvipapillatum (Stiles & Goldberger, 1910)
Surface histology, topography, and ultrastructure of the tegument of adult Orthocoelium parvipapillatum (Stiles & Goldberger, 1910)
Anuracpreeda, Panat; Chawengkirttikul, Runglawan; Sobhon, Prasert
attached to the nuclear membrane, ...
... processes, including development,  heterochromatin 
Virus infection elevates transcriptional activity of miR164a promoter in plants
Virus infection elevates transcriptional activity of miR164a promoter in plants
Bazzini, Ariel A; Almasia, Natalia I; Manacorda, Carlos A; Mongelli, Vanesa C; Conti, Gabriela; Maroniche, Guillermo A; Rodriguez, María C; Distéfano, Ana J; Hopp, H Esteban; del Vas, Mariana; Asurmendi, Sebastian
formation, genome rearrangement, ...
... organelles and reduce the amount of  heterochromatin 
Mobilization of Stem Cells/Progenitor Cells by Physical Activity
Mobilization of Stem Cells/Progenitor Cells by Physical Activity
Wahl, Patrick; Bloch, Wilhelm
. ...
... the majority of H3K9 dimethylation in  heterochromatin 
Expansion and diversification of the SET domain gene family following whole-genome duplications in Populus trichocarpa
Expansion and diversification of the SET domain gene family following whole-genome duplications in Populus trichocarpa
Lei, Li; Zhou, Shi-Liang; Ma, Hong; Zhang, Liang-Sheng
and affects the number of floral ...
... in translational activation [20] and  heterochromatin 
Novel expression profiles of microRNAs suggest that specific miRNAs regulate gene expression for the sexual maturation of female Schistosoma japonicum after pairing
Novel expression profiles of microRNAs suggest that specific miRNAs regulate gene expression for the sexual maturation of female Schistosoma japonicum after pairing
Sun, Jun; Wang, Suwen; Li, Chen; Ren, Yijiu; Wang, Jinqiang
formation [21]. ...
... is associated with gene silencing and  heterochromatin 
Inactivation or non-reactivation: what accounts better for the silence of sex chromosomes during mammalian male meiosis?
Inactivation or non-reactivation: what accounts better for the silence of sex chromosomes during mammalian male meiosis?
Page, Jesús; Fuente, Roberto; Manterola, Marcia; Parra, María Teresa; Viera, Alberto; Berríos, Soledad; Fernández-Donoso, Raúl; Rufas, Julio S.
formation (Cowell et al. 2002). ...
... with transposon reactivation,  heterochromatin 
The Arabidopsis thaliana Double-Stranded RNA Binding (DRB) Domain Protein Family
The Arabidopsis thaliana Double-Stranded RNA Binding (DRB) Domain Protein Family
Eamens, Andrew L.; Curtin, Shaun J.; Waterhouse, Peter M.
remodelling, and the increased ...