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... The  heterochromatin 
FISH analysis of Drosophila melanogaster heterochromatin using BACs and P elements
FISH analysis of Drosophila melanogaster heterochromatin using BACs and P elements
Corradini, Nicoletta; Rossi, Fabrizio; Vernì, Fiammetta; Dimitri, Patrizio
of chromosomes 2 and 3 of Drosophila ...
... contains large blocks of structural  heterochromatin 
Quantitative investigation of reproduction of gonosomal condensed chromatin during trophoblast cell polyploidization and endoreduplication in the east-european field vole Microtus rossiaemeridionalis
Quantitative investigation of reproduction of gonosomal condensed chromatin during trophoblast cell polyploidization and endoreduplication in the east-european field vole Microtus rossiaemeridionalis
Zybina, Tatiana G; Zybina, Eugenia V; Bogdanova, Margarita S; Stein, Grigory I
[8–12]. ...
... 1995) that allows the formation of  heterochromatin 
Rye terminal neocentromeres: characterisation of the underlying DNA and chromatin structure
Rye terminal neocentromeres: characterisation of the underlying DNA and chromatin structure
Manzanero, Silvia; Puertas, María J.
, which is usually visible at the ...
... to spreading of what is thought to be  heterochromatin 
Decoding the epigenetic effects of chromatin
Decoding the epigenetic effects of chromatin
Festenstein, Richard; Aragon, Luis
. ...
... of euchromatin, while the peripheral  heterochromatin 
Replication labeling patterns and chromosome territories typical of mammalian nuclei are conserved in the early metazoan Hydra
Replication labeling patterns and chromosome territories typical of mammalian nuclei are conserved in the early metazoan Hydra
Alexandrova, Olga; Solovei, Irina; Cremer, Thomas; David, Charles N.
and some regions of the internal ...
... localization of GATE sequences in  heterochromatin 
The GATE retrotransposon in Drosophila melanogaster: mobility in heterochromatin and aspects of its expression in germline tissues
The GATE retrotransposon in Drosophila melanogaster: mobility in heterochromatin and aspects of its expression in germline tissues
Kogan, G. L.; Tulin, A. V.; Aravin, A. A.; Abramov, Yu. A.; Kalmykova, A. I.; Maisonhaute, C.; Gvozdev, V. A.
was confirmed for the other species ...
... and silent regions of condensed  heterochromatin 
Modifications of histone cores and tails in V(D)J recombination
Modifications of histone cores and tails in V(D)J recombination
Muegge, Kathrin
[1, 2]. ...
... by packaging of genes into repressive  heterochromatin 
HP1 dynamics
HP1 dynamics
Weitzman, Jonathan B
domains. ...
... is permissive for transcription, and  heterochromatin 
Embryonic stem cell differentiation: A chromatin perspective
Embryonic stem cell differentiation: A chromatin perspective
Rasmussen, Theodore P
, which is repressive. ...
... signal that was observed in a large  heterochromatin 
W-derived BAC probes as a new tool for identification of the W chromosome and its aberrations in Bombyx mori
W-derived BAC probes as a new tool for identification of the W chromosome and its aberrations in Bombyx mori
Sahara, Ken; Yoshido, Atsuo; Kawamura, Naoko; Ohnuma, Akio; Abe, Hiroaki; Mita, Kazuei; Oshiki, Toshikazu; Shimada, Toru; Asano, Shin-ichiro; Bando, Hisanori; Yasukochi, Yuji
block of one autosome pair. ...
... Ty5 integrates preferentially into  heterochromatin 
CEN plasmid segregation is destabilized by tethered determinants of Ty5 integration specificity: a role for double-strand breaks in CEN antagonism
CEN plasmid segregation is destabilized by tethered determinants of Ty5 integration specificity: a role for double-strand breaks in CEN antagonism
Fuerst, Peter G.; Voytas, Daniel F.
at the telomeres and HM loci. ...
... Rad26/Rad3 complex may associate with  heterochromatin 
Fission yeast Rad26 responds to DNA damage independently of Rad3
Fission yeast Rad26 responds to DNA damage independently of Rad3
Wolkow, Tom D; Enoch, Tamar
. ...
... of gene expression, development and  heterochromatin 
TbAGO1, an Argonaute protein required for RNA interference, is involved in mitosis and chromosome segregation in Trypanosoma brucei
TbAGO1, an Argonaute protein required for RNA interference, is involved in mitosis and chromosome segregation in Trypanosoma brucei
Durand-Dubief, Mickaël; Bastin, Philippe
formation. ...
... DNA associated with the telomeric  heterochromatin 
Reverse transcriptase-related proteins in telomeres and in certain chromosomal loci of Rhynchosciara (Diptera: Sciaridae)
Reverse transcriptase-related proteins in telomeres and in certain chromosomal loci of Rhynchosciara (Diptera: Sciaridae)
Gorab, Eduardo
. ...
...  Heterochromatin 
Vital Genes in the Heterochromatin of Chromosomes 2 and 3 of Drosophila Melanogaster
Vital Genes in the Heterochromatin of Chromosomes 2 and 3 of Drosophila Melanogaster
Dimitri, Patrizio; Corradini, Nicoletta; Rossi, Fabrizio; Vernì, Fiammetta; Cenci, Giovanni; Belloni, Giorgio; Zhimulev, Igor F.; Koryakov, Dmitry E.
has been traditionally regarded as a ...
... types of chromatin: euchromatin and  heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin, Position Effect, and Genetic Silencing
Heterochromatin, Position Effect, and Genetic Silencing
Zhimulev, I. F.; Belyaeva, E. S.
. ...
...  Heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin and Complexity: A Theoretical Approach
Heterochromatin and Complexity: A Theoretical Approach
Spinelli, Gino
represents 30% of eukaryotic genome ...
... are believed to promote a stable  heterochromatin 
Polycomb-group proteins are involved in silencing processes caused by a transgenic element from the murine imprinted H19/Igf2 region in Drosophila
Polycomb-group proteins are involved in silencing processes caused by a transgenic element from the murine imprinted H19/Igf2 region in Drosophila
Erhardt, Sylvia; Lyko, Frank; Ainscough, Justin F-X.; Surani, M. Azim; Paro, Renato
-like structure that is inherited ...
... or within transcriptionally repressed  heterochromatin 
DNA replication: telling time with microarrays
DNA replication: telling time with microarrays
McCune, Heather J; Donaldson, Anne D
, such as that located at telomeres, ...
... The  heterochromatin 
A Strategy for Mapping the Heterochromatin of Chromosome 2 of Drosophila Melanogaster
A Strategy for Mapping the Heterochromatin of Chromosome 2 of Drosophila Melanogaster
Yasuhara, Jiro C.; Marchetti, Marcella; Fanti, Laura; Pimpinelli, Sergio; Wakimoto, Barbara T.
of chromosome 2 of Drosophila ...
... We have used the highly conserved  heterochromatin 
HP1/ORC Complex and Heterochromatin Assembly
HP1/ORC Complex and Heterochromatin Assembly
Shareef, Mohammed M.; Badugu, RamaKrishna; Kellum, Rebecca
component, ...
... of chromosomal DNA into repressive  heterochromatin 
HP1β and HP1γ, but not HP1α, decorate the entire XY body during human male meiosis
HP1β and HP1γ, but not HP1α, decorate the entire XY body during human male meiosis
Metzler-Guillemain, C.; Luciani, J.; Depetris, D.; Guichaoua, M. R.; Mattei, M. G.
domains, their involvement in ...
... is considerably more centromeric  heterochromatin 
Comparative genetics at the gene and chromosome levels between rice (Oryza sativa) and wildrice (Zizania palustris)
Comparative genetics at the gene and chromosome levels between rice (Oryza sativa) and wildrice (Zizania palustris)
Hass, B. L.; Pires, J. C.; Porter, R.; Phillips, R. L.; Jackson, S. A.
than in rice and have indicated that ...
... identify by the intense centromeric  heterochromatin 
Comparative Genomic Hybridization of Human Lung Cancer
Comparative Genomic Hybridization of Human Lung Cancer
Petersen, Iver
(look for the suppression of the ...
... and the peripheral masses of  heterochromatin 
Hydrogen peroxide induces caspase activation and programmed cell death in the amitochondrial Tritrichomonas foetus
Hydrogen peroxide induces caspase activation and programmed cell death in the amitochondrial Tritrichomonas foetus
Mariante, Rafael M.; Guimarães, Cinthya A.; Linden, Rafael; Benchimol, Marlene
(F–H, arrows). ...