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... and C. villosum) to analyse  heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin type, amount and distribution in wild species of chili peppers (Capsicum, Solanaceae)
Heterochromatin type, amount and distribution in wild species of chili peppers (Capsicum, Solanaceae)
Scaldaferro, Marisel A.; Grabiele, Mauro; Moscone, Eduardo A.
type, amount and distribution in wild ...
... with the euchromatic shell.  Heterochromatin 
Epigenetics of eu- and heterochromatin in inverted and conventional nuclei from mouse retina
Epigenetics of eu- and heterochromatin in inverted and conventional nuclei from mouse retina
Eberhart, Anja; Feodorova, Yana; Song, Congdi; Wanner, Gerhard; Kiseleva, Elena; Furukawa, Takahisa; Kimura, Hiroshi; Schotta, Gunnar; Leonhardt, Heinrich; Joffe, Boris; Solovei, Irina
proteins HP1-alpha and HP1-beta ...
... they contribute to the formation of  heterochromatin 
Inheritance of Stress-Induced Epigenetic Changes Mediated by the ATF-2 Family of Transcription Factors
Inheritance of Stress-Induced Epigenetic Changes Mediated by the ATF-2 Family of Transcription Factors
Seong, Ki-Hyeon; Maekawa, Toshio; Ishii, Shunsuke
, which is rich in histone H3 Lys-9 ...
... chromatin Definition Definition  Heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin and Euchromatin
Heterochromatin and Euchromatin
Murakami, Yota
and euchromatin are two major ...
... organizers and their flanking  heterochromatin 
rDNA and Nucleologenesis in Drosophila
rDNA and Nucleologenesis in Drosophila
DiMario, Patrick; James, Allison; Raje, Himanshu
, how intergenic regions function in ...
... 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 ...
... 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. ...
... 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. ...
... central euchromatin and peripheral  heterochromatin 
Preferential localization of γH2AX foci in euchromatin of retina rod cells after DNA damage induction
Preferential localization of γH2AX foci in euchromatin of retina rod cells after DNA damage induction
Lafon-Hughes, Laura; Tomaso, María Vittoria; Liddle, Pablo; Toledo, Andrea; Reyes-Ábalos, Ana Laura; Folle, Gustavo A.
, γH2AX foci map preferentially to ...
... P. meeki showed a small amount of  heterochromatin 
Considerations on karyotype evolution in the genera Imparfinis Eigenmann and Norris 1900 and Pimelodella Eigenmann and Eigenmann 1888 (Siluriformes: Heptapteridae)
Considerations on karyotype evolution in the genera Imparfinis Eigenmann and Norris 1900 and Pimelodella Eigenmann and Eigenmann 1888 (Siluriformes: Heptapteridae)
Gouveia, Juceli Gonzalez; Moraes, Vivian Patrícia Oliveira; Sampaio, Tatiane Ramos; da Rosa, Renata; Dias, Ana Lúcia
rich in AT and GC bases. ...
... histone H3K9 (H3K9me3)-dependent  heterochromatin 
Epigenetic regulation of cholinergic receptor M1 (CHRM1) by histone H3K9me3 impairs Ca2+ signaling in Huntington’s disease
Epigenetic regulation of cholinergic receptor M1 (CHRM1) by histone H3K9me3 impairs Ca2+ signaling in Huntington’s disease
Lee, Junghee; Hwang, Yu Jin; Shin, Jong-Yeon; Lee, Won-Chul; Wie, Jinhong; Kim, Ki Yoon; Lee, Min Young; Hwang, Daehee; Ratan, Rajiv R.; Pae, Ae Nim; Kowall, Neil W.; So, Insuk; Kim, Jong-Il; Ryu, Hoon
, we performed H3K9me3-ChIP ...
... Background  Heterochromatin 
Light-sheet Bayesian microscopy enables deep-cell super-resolution imaging of heterochromatin in live human embryonic stem cells
Light-sheet Bayesian microscopy enables deep-cell super-resolution imaging of heterochromatin in live human embryonic stem cells
Hu, Ying S; Zhu, Quan; Elkins, Keri; Tse, Kevin; Li, Yu; Fitzpatrick, James A J; Verma, Inder M; Cang, Hu
in the nucleus of human embryonic ...
... been proposed. In this hypothesis,  heterochromatin 
Gene promoters show chromosome-specificity and reveal chromosome territories in humans
Gene promoters show chromosome-specificity and reveal chromosome territories in humans
Gagniuc, Paul; Ionescu-Tirgoviste, Constantin
and euchromatin domains exchange DNA ...
... and variations of the C-band positive  heterochromatin 
Pericentromeric location of the telomeric DNA sequences on the European grayling chromosomes
Pericentromeric location of the telomeric DNA sequences on the European grayling chromosomes
Ocalewicz, K.; Furgala-Selezniow, G.; Szmyt, M.; Lisboa, R.; Kucinski, M.; Lejk, A. M.; Jankun, M.
and telomeric DNA sequences were ...
... levels of nuclear envelope-associated  heterochromatin 
Microtubule dynamics alter the interphase nucleus
Microtubule dynamics alter the interphase nucleus
Gerlitz, Gabi; Reiner, Orly; Bustin, Michael
during interphase, when the nuclear ...
... euchromatin and high-density  heterochromatin 
The Influence of Spatial Variation in Chromatin Density Determined by X-Ray Tomograms on the Time to Find DNA Binding Sites
The Influence of Spatial Variation in Chromatin Density Determined by X-Ray Tomograms on the Time to Find DNA Binding Sites
Isaacson, Samuel A.; Larabell, Carolyn A.; Gros, Mark A.; McQueen, David M.; Peskin, Charles S.
. ...
... two types, namely, euchromatin and  heterochromatin 
Small Changes, Big Effects: Chromatin Goes Aging
Small Changes, Big Effects: Chromatin Goes Aging
Lazarus, Asmitha; Banerjee, Kushal Kr.; Kolthur-Seetharam, Ullas
(Bassett et al. 2009). Euchromatin ...
... nuclear architecture including  heterochromatin 
Plasmodium falciparum: Epigenetic Control of var Gene Regulation and Disease
Plasmodium falciparum: Epigenetic Control of var Gene Regulation and Disease
Deshmukh, Abhijit S.; Srivastava, Sandeep; Dhar, Suman Kumar
, euchromatin and telomeric regions ...
... Active euchromatin and inactive  heterochromatin 
Nuclear Architecture, Chromosome Aberrations, and Genetic Damage
Nuclear Architecture, Chromosome Aberrations, and Genetic Damage
Folle, Gustavo A.; Tomaso, María Vittoria Di; Lafon-Hughes, Laura; Liddle, Pablo
exhibit different nuclear topology: ...
... organization where most of the  heterochromatin 
Epigenetic characterization of chromatin in cycling cells of pedunculate oak, Quercus robur L.
Epigenetic characterization of chromatin in cycling cells of pedunculate oak, Quercus robur L.
Vičić, V.; Barišić, D.; Horvat, T.; Biruš, I.; Zoldos, Vlatka
is visible as DAPI-positive ...
... as highly compacted and silenced  heterochromatin 
Epigenetic Mechanisms: DNA Methylation and Histone Protein Modification
Epigenetic Mechanisms: DNA Methylation and Histone Protein Modification
Gagnidze, Khatuna; Pfaff, Donald W.
. ...
... Ty5 integrates predominantly within  heterochromatin 
Small RNAs, big impact: small RNA pathways in transposon control and their effect on the host stress response
Small RNAs, big impact: small RNA pathways in transposon control and their effect on the host stress response
Wheeler, Bayly S.
, possibly to avoid disrupting gene ...
... formed by chromosomal pericentromeric  heterochromatin 
Alteration of poly(ADP-ribose) metabolism affects murine sperm nuclear architecture by impairing pericentric heterochromatin condensation
Alteration of poly(ADP-ribose) metabolism affects murine sperm nuclear architecture by impairing pericentric heterochromatin condensation
Meyer-Ficca, Mirella L.; Lonchar, Julia D.; Ihara, Motomasa; Bader, Jessica J.; Meyer, Ralph G.
. ...
... Recruitment of histone modifiers to  heterochromatin 
How is epigenetic information maintained through DNA replication?
How is epigenetic information maintained through DNA replication?
Budhavarapu, Varija N; Chavez, Myrriah; Tyler, Jessica K
via interaction with the replication ...
... serves as a binding site for the LIKE  HETEROCHROMATIN 
Epigenetic Regulation of Genome Stability in Plants in Response to Stress
Epigenetic Regulation of Genome Stability in Plants in Response to Stress
Boyko, Alex; Kovalchuk, Igor
PROTEIN 1 (LHP1) protein that ...