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... H19 expression by influencing the  heterochromatin 
The non-coding RNAs of the H19-IGF2 imprinted loci: A focus on biological roles and therapeutic potential in Lung Cancer
The non-coding RNAs of the H19-IGF2 imprinted loci: A focus on biological roles and therapeutic potential in Lung Cancer
Matouk, Imad J; Halle, David; Gilon, Michal; Hochberg, Abraham
structure through reduction in the ...
... euchromatin and a smaller amount of  heterochromatin 
Hypoxia-mimetic agents inhibit proliferation and alter the morphology of human umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells
Hypoxia-mimetic agents inhibit proliferation and alter the morphology of human umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells
Zeng, Hui-Lan; Zhong, Qi; Qin, Yong-Liang; Bu, Qian-Qian; Han, Xin-Ai; Jia, Hai-Tao; Liu, Hong-Wei
. ...
... [34, 35]. Histone tails in condensed  heterochromatin 
Histone H4 deacetylation plays a critical role in early gene silencing during neuronal apoptosis
Histone H4 deacetylation plays a critical role in early gene silencing during neuronal apoptosis
Pelzel, Heather R; Schlamp, Cassandra L; Nickells, Robert W
are generally hypermethylated and ...
... smaller nucleus with a high amount of  heterochromatin 
Characteristics of Satellite Cells and Multipotent Adult Stem Cells in the Skeletal Muscle
Characteristics of Satellite Cells and Multipotent Adult Stem Cells in the Skeletal Muscle
Maltzahn, Julia; Bentzinger, C. Florian; Rudnicki, Michael A.
when compared to the nuclei of ...
... silent material (pericentric  heterochromatin 
Protein composition of interband regions in polytene and cell line chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster
Protein composition of interband regions in polytene and cell line chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster
Demakov, Sergey A; Yu Vatolina, Tatyana; Babenko, Vladimir N; Semeshin, Valery F; Belyaeva, Elena S; Zhimulev, Igor F
and transcriptionally inactive ...
... built at sites of centromeric  heterochromatin 
Measuring Kinetochore–Microtubule Attachment Stability in Cultured Cells
Measuring Kinetochore–Microtubule Attachment Stability in Cultured Cells
DeLuca, Keith F.; Herman, Jacob A.; DeLuca, Jennifer G.
. ...
... presence of foci of heavily condensed  heterochromatin 
Avians as a Model System of Vascular Development
Avians as a Model System of Vascular Development
Bressan, Michael; Mikawa, Takashi
that can be detected histologically ...
... near nucleolus as well as clumps of  heterochromatin 
Nucleolus-derived mediators in oncogenic stress response and activation of p53-dependent pathways
Nucleolus-derived mediators in oncogenic stress response and activation of p53-dependent pathways
Stępiński, Dariusz
as perinucleolar chromatin (PNoCh) ...
... In plants, the formation of inactive  heterochromatin 
Noncoding RNAs in the Development, Function and Pathologies of the Central Nervous System
Noncoding RNAs in the Development, Function and Pathologies of the Central Nervous System
Szymański, Maciej; Barciszewski, Jan
is triggered by double-stranded ...
... mutagenic vector, inducing reversible  heterochromatin 
CHD1 and CHD2 are positive regulators of HIV-1 gene expression
CHD1 and CHD2 are positive regulators of HIV-1 gene expression
Rodgers, Melissa J; Banks, David J; Bradley, Kenneth A; Young, John AT
formation and transcriptional ...
... markers flanked the pericentromeric  heterochromatin 
Intra- and interchromosomal rearrangements between cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.] and common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) revealed by BAC-FISH
Intra- and interchromosomal rearrangements between cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.] and common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) revealed by BAC-FISH
Vasconcelos, Emanuelle Varão; Andrade Fonsêca, Artur Fellipe; Pedrosa-Harand, Andrea; Andrade Bortoleti, Kyria Cilene; Benko-Iseppon, Ana Maria; Costa, Antônio Félix; Brasileiro-Vidal, Ana Christina
. ...
... the double-stranded RNAs involved in  heterochromatin 
Large-scale transcriptome data reveals transcriptional activity of fission yeast LTR retrotransposons
Large-scale transcriptome data reveals transcriptional activity of fission yeast LTR retrotransposons
Mourier, Tobias; Willerslev, Eske
formation in S. pombe[33, 34]. ...
... the draft sequence of the repeat-rich  heterochromatin 
An integrated computational pipeline and database to support whole-genome sequence annotation
An integrated computational pipeline and database to support whole-genome sequence annotation
Mungall, CJ; Misra, S; Berman, BP; Carlson, J; Frise, E; Harris, N; Marshall, B; Shu, S; Kaminker, JS; Prochnik, SE; Smith, CD; Smith, E; Tupy, JL; Wiel, C; Rubin, GM; Lewis, SE
[40], we needed to adjust the ...
... of euchromatin and relax supercoiled  heterochromatin 
Aluminum-Dependent Root Growth Inhibition as Mediated by DNA-Damage Responses
Aluminum-Dependent Root Growth Inhibition as Mediated by DNA-Damage Responses
Sjogren, Caroline A.; Larsen, Paul B.
destabilizing genome topology through ...
... experiments showing that Tau-induced  heterochromatin 
Integrated multi-cohort transcriptional meta-analysis of neurodegenerative diseases
Integrated multi-cohort transcriptional meta-analysis of neurodegenerative diseases
Li, Matthew D; Burns, Terry C; Morgan, Alexander A; Khatri, Purvesh
loss results in aberrant gene ...
... and metabolic activity (  heterochromatin 
Nitrogen Metabolism and Excretion During Aestivation
Nitrogen Metabolism and Excretion During Aestivation
Ip, Y. K.; Chew, S. F.
, mitochondria of the dense type) ...
... correlation of CMA3 + markings with  heterochromatin 
Evolutionary trends in the chromosome numbers of swarm-founding social wasps
Evolutionary trends in the chromosome numbers of swarm-founding social wasps
Menezes, R. S. T.; Carvalho, A. F.; Correia, J. P. S. O.; Silva, T. S.; Somavilla, A.; Costa, M. A.
or other repetitive sequences in ...
... is transcriptionally inactive, the  heterochromatin 
Omics Technologies Applied in Breast Cancer Research
Omics Technologies Applied in Breast Cancer Research
Cusati, Mariana Panal; Muela, Maria Herrera; Zapardiel, Ignacio
. ...
... Pedersen et al. (1997) proposed that  heterochromatin 
The distribution of cotransformed transgenes in particle bombardment-mediated transformed wheat
The distribution of cotransformed transgenes in particle bombardment-mediated transformed wheat
Han, Yonghua; Blechl, Ann; Wang, Daowen
occupied the proximal regions of ...
... As both the paracentromeric AT-rich  heterochromatin 
Sequence-Based High Resolution Chromosomal Comparative Genomic Hybridization (CGH)
Sequence-Based High Resolution Chromosomal Comparative Genomic Hybridization (CGH)
Kowalska, Agata; Bozsaky, Eva; Ambros, Peter F.
and interchromosomal positive and ...
... some are repressive, which fosters  heterochromatin 
Some applications of pharmacogenomics and epigenetics in drug development and use in pursuit of personalized medicine
Some applications of pharmacogenomics and epigenetics in drug development and use in pursuit of personalized medicine
Powanda, M. C.; Moyer, E. D.
formation (Handy et al. 2011). As ...
... nucleus, and condensation of nuclear  heterochromatin 
Neutrophil apoptosis and the resolution of infection
Neutrophil apoptosis and the resolution of infection
Kennedy, Adam D.; DeLeo, Frank R.
[19, 20] (Fig. 2, lower panels). ...
... The presence of clade II in the  heterochromatin 
The Evolutionary History of the Transposable Element Penelope in the Drosophila virilis Group of Species
The Evolutionary History of the Transposable Element Penelope in the Drosophila virilis Group of Species
Morales-Hojas, Ramiro; Vieira, Cristina P.; Vieira, Jorge
together with its highly variable ...
... mainly restricted to pericentromeric  heterochromatin 
Intra- and intergenomic relationships in interspecific hybrids between Brassica (B. rapa, B. napus) and a wild species B. maurorum as revealed by genomic in situ hybridization (GISH)
Intra- and intergenomic relationships in interspecific hybrids between Brassica (B. rapa, B. napus) and a wild species B. maurorum as revealed by genomic in situ hybridization (GISH)
Yao, Xing-Cheng; Ge, Xian-Hong; Chen, Ji-Peng; Li, Zai-Yun
blocks where repetitive DNA sequences ...
... identified in plants, including the  heterochromatin 
Isolation and Detection of Small RNAs from Plant Tissues
Isolation and Detection of Small RNAs from Plant Tissues
Smith, Neil A.; Eamens, Andrew L.
-associated (hc-siRNA), trans-acting ...