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... gene-rich euchromatin and gene-poor  heterochromatin 
The contradictory definitions of heterochromatin: transcription and silencing
The contradictory definitions of heterochromatin: transcription and silencing
Huisinga, Kathryn L.; Brower-Toland, Brent; Elgin, Sarah C. R.
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... viability, chromosome structure, and  heterochromatin 
Conserved domains control heterochromatin localization and silencing properties of SU(VAR)3–7
Conserved domains control heterochromatin localization and silencing properties of SU(VAR)3–7
Jaquet, Yannis; Delattre, Marion; Montoya-Burgos, Juan; Spierer, Anne; Spierer, Pierre
formation. ...
... staining with antibodies to  heterochromatin 
Comparison of dot chromosome sequences from D. melanogaster and D. virilisreveals an enrichment of DNA transposon sequences in heterochromatic domains
Comparison of dot chromosome sequences from D. melanogaster and D. virilisreveals an enrichment of DNA transposon sequences in heterochromatic domains
Slawson, Elizabeth E; Shaffer, Christopher D; Malone, Colin D; Leung, Wilson; Kellmann, Elmer; Shevchek, Rachel B; Craig, Carolyn A; Bloom, Seth M; Bogenpohl, James, II; Dee, James; Morimoto, Emiko TA; Myoung, Jenny; Nett, Andrew S; Ozsolak, Fatih; Tittiger, Mindy E; Zeug, Andrea; Pardue, Mary-Lou; Buhler, Jeremy; Mardis, Elaine R; Elgin, Sarah CR
protein 1 (HP1) and histone H3K9me. ...
... 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
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... 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 ...
... the possibility of using sex  heterochromatin 
Sex chromatin body as a marker of radiation-induced sex chromosome aberrations in the potato tuber moth, Phthorimaea operculella (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae)
Sex chromatin body as a marker of radiation-induced sex chromosome aberrations in the potato tuber moth, Phthorimaea operculella (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae)
Makee, Hayat; Tafesh, Noha
body as a marker to identify the ...
... of UnderReplication (SUUR),  heterochromatin 
The SuUR gene influences the distribution of heterochromatic proteins HP1 and SU(VAR)3–9 on nurse cell polytene chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster
The SuUR gene influences the distribution of heterochromatic proteins HP1 and SU(VAR)3–9 on nurse cell polytene chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster
Koryakov, Dmitry E.; Reuter, Gunter; Dimitri, Patrizio; Zhimulev, Igor F.
protein 1 (HP1), and SU(VAR)3–9] in ...
... linked to euchromatin and  heterochromatin 
Histone lysine methylation patterns in human cell types are arranged in distinct three-dimensional nuclear zones
Histone lysine methylation patterns in human cell types are arranged in distinct three-dimensional nuclear zones
Zinner, Roman; Albiez, Heiner; Walter, Joachim; Peters, Antoine H.F.M.; Cremer, Thomas; Cremer, Marion
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... to gene expression. Pericentromeric  heterochromatin 
Truncated HP1 lacking a functional chromodomain induces heterochromatinization upon in vivo targeting
Truncated HP1 lacking a functional chromodomain induces heterochromatinization upon in vivo targeting
Brink, Maartje C.; Velden, Yme; Leeuw, Wim; Mateos-Langerak, Julio; Belmont, Andrew S.; Driel, Roel; Verschure, Pernette J.
is typified by accumulations of ...
... of TE-rich regions from unsequenced  heterochromatin 
Recurrent insertion and duplication generate networks of transposable element sequences in the Drosophila melanogaster genome
Recurrent insertion and duplication generate networks of transposable element sequences in the Drosophila melanogaster genome
Bergman, Casey M; Quesneville, Hadi; Anxolabéhère, Dominique; Ashburner, Michael
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... position-effect variegation (PEV), a  heterochromatin 
Identification of three histone methyltransferases in Drosophila: dG9a is a suppressor of PEV and is required for gene silencing
Identification of three histone methyltransferases in Drosophila: dG9a is a suppressor of PEV and is required for gene silencing
Mis, Jacek; Ner, Sarbjit S.; Grigliatti, Thomas A.
-associated gene silencing ...
... of proteins which have roles in  heterochromatin 
Epigenetics and airways disease
Epigenetics and airways disease
Adcock, Ian M; Ford, Paul; Ito, Kazuhiro; Barnes, P J
formation e.g. ...
... gene expression on the intercalary  heterochromatin 
DNA underreplication in intercalary heterochromatin regions in polytene chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster correlates with the formation of partial chromosomal aberrations and ectopic pairing
DNA underreplication in intercalary heterochromatin regions in polytene chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster correlates with the formation of partial chromosomal aberrations and ectopic pairing
Belyaeva, Elena S.; Demakov, Sergey A.; Pokholkova, Galina V.; Alekseyenko, Artyom A.; Kolesnikova, Tatiana D.; Zhimulev, Igor F.
(IH) regions of Drosophila ...
... sequences are constituents of  heterochromatin 
DNA methylation and epigenetic inheritance during plant gametogenesis
DNA methylation and epigenetic inheritance during plant gametogenesis
Takeda, Shin; Paszkowski, Jerzy
, which is mainly silent at the ...
... Summary  Heterochromatin 
The Heterochromatin Protein 1 family
The Heterochromatin Protein 1 family
Lomberk, Gwen; Wallrath, Lori; Urrutia, Raul
Protein 1 (HP1) was first discovered ...
... silencing via histone methylation and  heterochromatin 
Transcriptional Repression
Transcriptional Repression
Thiel, Gerald; Lietz, Michael; Hohl, Matthias
formation. ...
... fresh insight into the evolution of  heterochromatin 
A New Retroposed Gene in Drosophila Heterochromatin Detected by Microarray-Based Comparative Genomic Hybridization
A New Retroposed Gene in Drosophila Heterochromatin Detected by Microarray-Based Comparative Genomic Hybridization
Fan, Chuanzhu; Long, Manyuan
and the origin of its coding ...
... Cr1 varies across species in  heterochromatin 
Chromosome plasticity in Ctenomys (Rodentia Octodontidae): chromosome 1 evolution and heterochromatin variation
Chromosome plasticity in Ctenomys (Rodentia Octodontidae): chromosome 1 evolution and heterochromatin variation
Novello, Alvaro; Villar, Silvia
amount and localisation including a ...
... the centromeres (the juxtacentromeric  heterochromatin 
Immunodeficiency, centromeric region instability, facial anomalies syndrome (ICF)
Immunodeficiency, centromeric region instability, facial anomalies syndrome (ICF)
Ehrlich, Melanie; Jackson, Kelly; Weemaes, Corry
) of chromosomes 1 and 16 and ...
... silencing and the establishment of  heterochromatin 
The evolution of the histone methyltransferase gene Su(var)3-9 in metazoans includes a fusion with and a re-fission from a functionally unrelated gene
The evolution of the histone methyltransferase gene Su(var)3-9 in metazoans includes a fusion with and a re-fission from a functionally unrelated gene
Krauss, Veiko; Fassl, Anne; Fiebig, Petra; Patties, Ina; Sass, Heinz
. ...
... of a single locus embedded in a  heterochromatin 
Molecular cytogenetics and DNA sequence analysis of an apomixis-linked BAC in Paspalum simplex reveal a non pericentromere location and partial microcolinearity with rice
Molecular cytogenetics and DNA sequence analysis of an apomixis-linked BAC in Paspalum simplex reveal a non pericentromere location and partial microcolinearity with rice
Calderini, Ornella; Chang, Song B.; Jong, Hans; Busti, Alessandra; Paolocci, Francesco; Arcioni, Sergio; Vries, Sacco C.; Abma-Henkens, Marleen H. C.; Lankhorst, Renè M. Klein; Donnison, Iain S.; Pupilli, Fulvio
-poor region not adjacent to the ...
... for in vivo HDACi sensitivity.  Heterochromatin 
Epigenetic regulation of immune escape genes in cancer
Epigenetic regulation of immune escape genes in cancer
Tomasi, Thomas B.; Magner, William J.; Khan, A. Nazmul H.
An important consideration is how ...
... is divided into euchromatin and  heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin
Heterochromatin
, the latter representing a ...
... is essential for formation of the  heterochromatin 
A tutorial on information retrieval: basic terms and concepts
A tutorial on information retrieval: basic terms and concepts
Zhou, Wei; Smalheiser, Neil R; Yu, Clement
structure in vertebrate cells. ...
... by different amounts of centromeric  heterochromatin 
How did the platypus get its sex chromosome chain? A comparison of meiotic multiples and sex chromosomes in plants and animals
How did the platypus get its sex chromosome chain? A comparison of meiotic multiples and sex chromosomes in plants and animals
Gruetzner, Frank; Ashley, Terry; Rowell, David M.; Marshall Graves, Jennifer A.
, which occurs in large blocks in ...