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... associated with the borders of  heterochromatin 
HHV-8 encoded LANA-1 alters the higher organization of the cell nucleus
HHV-8 encoded LANA-1 alters the higher organization of the cell nucleus
Stuber, György; Mattsson, Karin; Flaberg, Emilie; Kati, Emrah; Markasz, Laszlo; Sheldon, Julie A; Klein, George; Schulz, Thomas F; Szekely, Laszlo
[1]. ...
... , dispersed  heterochromatin 
Nucleus, Nuclear Structure, and Nuclear Functional Changes in Liver Cancer
Nucleus, Nuclear Structure, and Nuclear Functional Changes in Liver Cancer
Zimmermann, Arthur
, and loss of ...
... in the formation or maintenance of  heterochromatin 
HP2-like protein: a new piece of the facultative heterochromatin puzzle
HP2-like protein: a new piece of the facultative heterochromatin puzzle
Volpi, Silvia; Bongiorni, Silvia; Prantera, Giorgio
. ...
... the non-canonical pathway involving  heterochromatin 
Canonical and non-canonical JAK/STAT transcriptional targets may be involved in distinct and overlapping cellular processes
Canonical and non-canonical JAK/STAT transcriptional targets may be involved in distinct and overlapping cellular processes
Tsurumi, Amy; Zhao, Connie; Li, Willis X.
formation by unphosphorylated STAT ...
... small, symmetric chromosomes, little  heterochromatin 
Genome size and karyotype diversity in Solanum sect. Acanthophora (Solanaceae)
Genome size and karyotype diversity in Solanum sect. Acanthophora (Solanaceae)
Chiarini, F. E.; Santiñaque, F. F.; Urdampilleta, J. D.; Las Peñas, M. L.
and lower DNA content, and the other ...
... to contribute to the maintenance of  heterochromatin 
Loss of WSTF results in spontaneous fluctuations of heterochromatin formation and resolution, combined with substantial changes to gene expression
Loss of WSTF results in spontaneous fluctuations of heterochromatin formation and resolution, combined with substantial changes to gene expression
Culver-Cochran, Ashley E; Chadwick, Brian P
, including at the human inactive X ...
... variation requires key  heterochromatin 
Are all repeats created equal? Understanding DNA repeats at an individual level
Are all repeats created equal? Understanding DNA repeats at an individual level
Yang, Jinpu; Li, Fei
factors and condensin. ...
... by cytogenetic mapping of DAPI/CMA  heterochromatin 
Cytogenetic evidences on the evolutionary relationships between the tetraploids of the section Rhizomatosae and related diploid species (Arachis, Leguminosae)
Cytogenetic evidences on the evolutionary relationships between the tetraploids of the section Rhizomatosae and related diploid species (Arachis, Leguminosae)
Ortiz, Alejandra Marcela; Robledo, Germán; Seijo, Guillermo; Valls, José Francisco Montenegro; Lavia, Graciela Inés
bands and 5S and 18–26S rDNA loci. ...
... bands and/or Hoechst-stained  heterochromatin 
New families of site-specific repetitive DNA sequences that comprise constitutive heterochromatin of the Syrian hamster (Mesocricetus auratus, Cricetinae, Rodentia)
New families of site-specific repetitive DNA sequences that comprise constitutive heterochromatin of the Syrian hamster (Mesocricetus auratus, Cricetinae, Rodentia)
Yamada, Kazuhiko; Kamimura, Eikichi; Kondo, Mariko; Tsuchiya, Kimiyuki; Nishida-Umehara, Chizuko; Matsuda, Yoichi
. ...
... roles of CAF-1 in regulating  heterochromatin 
Histone chaperone CAF-1: essential roles in multi-cellular organism development
Histone chaperone CAF-1: essential roles in multi-cellular organism development
Yu, Zhongsheng; Liu, Jiyong; Deng, Wu-Min; Jiao, Renjie
organization, asymmetric cell ...
... structure, as a foundation for  heterochromatin 
The variant histone H2A.V of Drosophila—three roles, two guises
The variant histone H2A.V of Drosophila—three roles, two guises
Baldi, Sandro; Becker, Peter B.
assembly and as a DNA damage sensor. ...
... centromere region is also the site of  heterochromatin 
The Centromere
The Centromere
Sullivan, Beth A.
formation that is important for ...
... is separated into areas of dense  heterochromatin 
Nanoscale changes in chromatin organization represent the initial steps of tumorigenesis: a transmission electron microscopy study
Nanoscale changes in chromatin organization represent the initial steps of tumorigenesis: a transmission electron microscopy study
Cherkezyan, Lusik; Stypula-Cyrus, Yolanda; Subramanian, Hariharan; White, Craig; Dela Cruz, Mart; Wali, Ramesh K; Goldberg, Michael J; Bianchi, Laura K; Roy, Hemant K; Backman, Vadim
and loose euchromatin, and 2) ...
... cells and somatic tissues relative to  heterochromatin 
Three-dimensional architecture of tandem repeats in chicken interphase nucleus
Three-dimensional architecture of tandem repeats in chicken interphase nucleus
Maslova, Antonina; Zlotina, Anna; Kosyakova, Nadezhda; Sidorova, Marina; Krasikova, Alla
compartments and nuclear center. ...
... of eukaryotic genome organization.  Heterochromatin 
Plenary lectures
Plenary lectures
and Repeated Sequences Chair: Paul ...
... in genome regions with facultative  heterochromatin 
Epigenetic Significance of Chromatin Organization During Cellular Aging and Organismal Lifespan
Epigenetic Significance of Chromatin Organization During Cellular Aging and Organismal Lifespan
Georgieva, Milena; Staneva, Dessislava; Miloshev, George
, which leads to overall ...
... particularly in replication of  heterochromatin 
UHRF1 is a genome caretaker that facilitates the DNA damage response to γ-irradiation
UHRF1 is a genome caretaker that facilitates the DNA damage response to γ-irradiation
Mistry, Helena; Tamblyn, Laura; Butt, Hussein; Sisgoreo, Daniel; Gracias, Aileen; Larin, Meghan; Gopalakrishnan, Kalpana; Hande, Manoor Prakash; McPherson, John Peter
regions surrounding centromeres known ...
... the canonical histone H3 bearing  heterochromatin 
Using human artificial chromosomes to study centromere assembly and function
Using human artificial chromosomes to study centromere assembly and function
Molina, Oscar; Kouprina, Natalay; Masumoto, Hiroshi; Larionov, Vladimir; Earnshaw, William C.
marks. ...
... matters, particularly proximity to  heterochromatin 
Artificial Chromosomes and Strategies to Initiate Epigenetic Centromere Establishment
Artificial Chromosomes and Strategies to Initiate Epigenetic Centromere Establishment
Barrey, Evelyne J.; Heun, Patrick
or repetitive DNA sequences. ...
... constituent of the juxtacentromeric  heterochromatin 
Chromosomes and Nuclear Organization in ICF Syndrome
Chromosomes and Nuclear Organization in ICF Syndrome
Volpi, Emanuela V.
of chromosomes 1, 9, and 16. ...
... comparably condensed organization of  heterochromatin 
Immunofluorescence Techniques Applied to Mitotic Chromosome Preparations
Immunofluorescence Techniques Applied to Mitotic Chromosome Preparations
Jeppesen, Peter
is controlled by DNA-binding ...
... cells. While the bulk pericentromeric  heterochromatin 
Replication of centromeric heterochromatin in mouse fibroblasts takes place in early, middle, and late S phase
Replication of centromeric heterochromatin in mouse fibroblasts takes place in early, middle, and late S phase
Weidtkamp-Peters, Stefanie; Rahn, Hans-Peter; Cardoso, M. Cristina; Hemmerich, Peter
replicates exclusively during mid to ...
... chromosomes into euchromatin and  heterochromatin 
Fluorescence in situ Hybridization with Bacterial Artificial Chromosomes (BACs) to Mitotic Heterochromatin of Drosophila
Fluorescence in situ Hybridization with Bacterial Artificial Chromosomes (BACs) to Mitotic Heterochromatin of Drosophila
Accardo, Maria Carmela; Dimitri, Patrizio
represents an enigmatic aspect of ...
... the karyotypic organization of  heterochromatin 
Chromosomal organization of the 18S and 5S rRNAs and histone H3 genes in Scarabaeinae coleopterans: insights into the evolutionary dynamics of multigene families and heterochromatin
Chromosomal organization of the 18S and 5S rRNAs and histone H3 genes in Scarabaeinae coleopterans: insights into the evolutionary dynamics of multigene families and heterochromatin
Cabral-de-Mello, Diogo C; Oliveira, Sárah G; de Moura, Rita C; Martins, Cesar
and multigene families (rDNAs and ...
... protein (Hip) is a partner of  heterochromatin 
Umbrea, a chromo shadow domain protein in Drosophila melanogaster heterochromatin, interacts with Hip, HP1 and HOAP
Umbrea, a chromo shadow domain protein in Drosophila melanogaster heterochromatin, interacts with Hip, HP1 and HOAP
Joppich, Christian; Scholz, Sabrina; Korge, Günter; Schwendemann, Alexander
protein 1 (HP1) and is involved in ...