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...  Heterochromatin 
Replication of heterochromatin: insights into mechanisms of epigenetic inheritance
Replication of heterochromatin: insights into mechanisms of epigenetic inheritance
Wallace, Julie A.; Orr-Weaver, Terry L.
is composed of tightly condensed ...
... of chromatin, such as euchromatin,  heterochromatin 
Control of gene expression and assembly of chromosomal subdomains by chromatin regulators with antagonistic functions
Control of gene expression and assembly of chromosomal subdomains by chromatin regulators with antagonistic functions
Lam, Ai Leen; Pazin, Dorothy E.; Sullivan, Beth A.
, and centromeric (CEN) chromatin. ...
...  Heterochromatin 
Mutations in the heterochromatin protein 1 (HP1) hinge domain affect HP1 protein interactions and chromosomal distribution
Mutations in the heterochromatin protein 1 (HP1) hinge domain affect HP1 protein interactions and chromosomal distribution
Badugu, RamaKrishna; Yoo, Youngdong; Singh, Prim B.; Kellum, Rebecca
Protein 1 (HP1) is a conserved ...
... cells, possessing extensive  heterochromatin 
Granulocyte heterochromatin: defining the epigenome
Granulocyte heterochromatin: defining the epigenome
Olins, Donald E; Olins, Ada L
and lobulated (or ring-shaped) ...
... to propagate through rye telomeric  heterochromatin 
Control of conformation changes associated with homologue recognition during meiosis
Control of conformation changes associated with homologue recognition during meiosis
Prieto, Pilar; Moore, Graham; Reader, Steve
when Ph1 is absent. ...
... progerin accumulation and  heterochromatin 
Rescue of heterochromatin organization in Hutchinson-Gilford progeria by drug treatment
Rescue of heterochromatin organization in Hutchinson-Gilford progeria by drug treatment
Columbaro, M.; Capanni, C.; Mattioli, E.; Novelli, G.; Parnaik, V. K.; Squarzoni, S.; Maraldi, N. M.; Lattanzi, G.
loss. ...
... genes may become associated with  heterochromatin 
Gene activation and deactivation related changes in the three-dimensional structure of chromatin
Gene activation and deactivation related changes in the three-dimensional structure of chromatin
Wegel, Eva; Shaw, Peter
protein 1 homologues or with polycomb ...
... PCRT1a occurs on the pericentromere  heterochromatin 
In-depth sequence analysis of the tomato chromosome 12 centromeric region: identification of a large CAA block and characterization of pericentromere retrotranposons
In-depth sequence analysis of the tomato chromosome 12 centromeric region: identification of a large CAA block and characterization of pericentromere retrotranposons
Yang, Tae-Jin; Lee, Seunghee; Chang, Song-Bin; Yu, Yeisoo; Jong, Hans; Wing, Rod A.
blocks. ...
... No major aberrations were observed in  heterochromatin 
The Arabidopsis LHP1 protein is a component of euchromatin
The Arabidopsis LHP1 protein is a component of euchromatin
Libault, Marc; Tessadori, Federico; Germann, Sophie; Snijder, Berend; Fransz, Paul; Gaudin, Valérie
content or chromocenter organization ...
... the cytological definition of the  heterochromatin 
Tiling microarray analysis of rice chromosome 10 to identify the transcriptome and relate its expression to chromosomal architecture
Tiling microarray analysis of rice chromosome 10 to identify the transcriptome and relate its expression to chromosomal architecture
Li, Lei; Wang, Xiangfeng; Xia, Mian; Stolc, Viktor; Su, Ning; Peng, Zhiyu; Li, Songgang; Wang, Jun; Wang, Xiping; Deng, Xing Wang
and euchromatin domains. ...
... a centromere, a proximal block of  heterochromatin 
Sequences associated with A chromosome centromeres are present throughout the maize B chromosome
Sequences associated with A chromosome centromeres are present throughout the maize B chromosome
Lamb, Jonathan C.; Kato, Akio; Birchler, James A.
, a stretch of euchromatin, called ...
... shown to associate with facultative  heterochromatin 
BRCA1 associates with the inactive X chromosome in late S-phase, coupled with transient H2AX phosphorylation
BRCA1 associates with the inactive X chromosome in late S-phase, coupled with transient H2AX phosphorylation
Chadwick, Brian P.; Lane, Timothy F.
at the inactive X chromosome (Xi), ...
... 2001). While it is believed that the  heterochromatin 
Characteristics of the tomato nuclear genome as determined by sequencing undermethylated EcoRI digested fragments
Characteristics of the tomato nuclear genome as determined by sequencing undermethylated EcoRI digested fragments
Wang, Y.; van der Hoeven, R. S.; Nielsen, R.; Mueller, L. A.; Tanksley, S. D.
is highly methylated, the degree of ...
... connected to the maintenance of  heterochromatin 
Sin3: a flexible regulator of global gene expression and genome stability
Sin3: a flexible regulator of global gene expression and genome stability
Silverstein, Rebecca A.; Ekwall, Karl
. ...
... satellite DNA in the juxtacentromeric  heterochromatin 
Interphase chromosomal abnormalities and mitotic missegregation of hypomethylated sequences in ICF syndrome cells
Interphase chromosomal abnormalities and mitotic missegregation of hypomethylated sequences in ICF syndrome cells
Gisselsson, David; Shao, Chunbo; Tuck-Muller, Cathy M.; Sogorovic, Suzana; Pålsson, Eva; Smeets, Dominique; Ehrlich, Melanie
at 1qh, 16qh, and 9qh. ...
... characterise nuclear euchromatin and  heterochromatin 
Nuclear patterns of human breast cancer cells during apoptosis: characterisation by fractal dimension and co-occurrence matrix statistics
Nuclear patterns of human breast cancer cells during apoptosis: characterisation by fractal dimension and co-occurrence matrix statistics
Losa, Gabriele A.; Castelli, Christian
domains (Chan 1995; Marinelli et al. ...
... to specifically localize to the Y  heterochromatin 
Karyotypic evolution of a novel cervid satellite DNA family isolated by microdissection from the Indian muntjac Y-chromosome
Karyotypic evolution of a novel cervid satellite DNA family isolated by microdissection from the Indian muntjac Y-chromosome
Li, Y.-C.; Cheng, Y.-M.; Hsieh, L.-J.; Ryder, O. A.; Yang, F.; Liao, S.-J.; Hsiao, K.-M.; Tsai, F.-J.; Tsai, C.-H.; Lin, C. C.
region of the muntjacs, sambar deer, ...
... silencing. Transcriptionally silent  heterochromatin 
A non-random walk through the genome
A non-random walk through the genome
Oliver, Brian; Misteli, Tom
is enriched at the edges of the ...
... the nuclear envelope, nucleoplasm,  heterochromatin 
The perichromosomal layer
The perichromosomal layer
Hooser, Aaron A.; Yuh, Patrick; Heald, Rebecca
, centromeres, telomeres, and/or the ...
... role in the formation of centromeric  heterochromatin 
Novel components of human mitotic chromosomes identified by proteomic analysis of the chromosome scaffold fraction
Novel components of human mitotic chromosomes identified by proteomic analysis of the chromosome scaffold fraction
Gassmann, Reto; Henzing, Alexander J.; Earnshaw, William C.
. ...
... with indentations and peripheral  heterochromatin 
In vivo allograft rejection in a bony fish Dicentrarchus labrax (L.): characterisation of effector lymphocytes
In vivo allograft rejection in a bony fish Dicentrarchus labrax (L.): characterisation of effector lymphocytes
Romano, N.; Baldassini, M. R.; Buonocore, F.; Picchietti, S.; Mastrolia, L.; Abelli, L.
, the enlarged perinuclear and ...
... represent a major DNA component in  heterochromatin 
Long Inversely Oriented Subunits Form a Complex Monomer of Triboliumbrevicornis Satellite DNA
Long Inversely Oriented Subunits Form a Complex Monomer of Triboliumbrevicornis Satellite DNA
Mravinac, Brankica; Ugarković, Ðurðica; Franjević, Damjan; Plohl, Miroslav
, still the most mysterious and least ...
... in intercalary and pericentric  heterochromatin 
Functional dissection of the Suppressor of UnderReplication protein of Drosophila melanogaster: identification of domains influencing chromosome binding and DNA replication
Functional dissection of the Suppressor of UnderReplication protein of Drosophila melanogaster: identification of domains influencing chromosome binding and DNA replication
Kolesnikova, T. D.; Makunin, I. V.; Volkova, E. I.; Pirrotta, V.; Belyaeva, E. S.; Zhimulev, I. F.
of Drosophila melanogaster salivary ...
... at lysine 9 (H3MeK9) and binding of  heterochromatin 
Artificial and engineered chromosomes: developments and prospects for gene therapy
Artificial and engineered chromosomes: developments and prospects for gene therapy
Grimes, Brenda R.; Monaco, Zoia Larin
proteins (Minc et al. 1999; Blower ...
... modification normally associated with  heterochromatin 
Chromatin dynamics rule the genome
Chromatin dynamics rule the genome
Pattenden, Samantha G; Chandy, Mark JK; Gutiérrez, José L; Workman, Jerry L
, can also be found in the ...