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...  Heterochromatin 
Proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) contributes to the high-order structure and stability of heterochromatin in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) contributes to the high-order structure and stability of heterochromatin in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Bi, Xin; Ren, Yue; Kath, Morgan
plays important roles in the ...
... of most mammalian cells, pericentric  heterochromatin 
Silencing markers are retained on pericentric heterochromatin during murine primordial germ cell development
Silencing markers are retained on pericentric heterochromatin during murine primordial germ cell development
Magaraki, Aristea; Heijden, Godfried; Sleddens-Linkels, Esther; Magarakis, Leonidas; Cappellen, Wiggert A.; Peters, Antoine H. F. M.; Gribnau, Joost; Baarends, Willy M.; Eijpe, Maureen
is characterized by DNA methylation, ...
... and chromatin consists of two forms,  heterochromatin 
A new application of the phase-field method for understanding the mechanisms of nuclear architecture reorganization
A new application of the phase-field method for understanding the mechanisms of nuclear architecture reorganization
Lee, S. Seirin; Tashiro, S.; Awazu, A.; Kobayashi, R.
and euchromatin. ...
... Constitutive  heterochromatin 
The molecular basis of the organization of repetitive DNA-containing constitutive heterochromatin in mammals
The molecular basis of the organization of repetitive DNA-containing constitutive heterochromatin in mammals
Nishibuchi, Gohei; Déjardin, Jérôme
is composed mainly of repetitive ...
... of megabases in size in prominent  heterochromatin 
Epigenetic Characterization of Satellite DNA in Sugar Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Epigenetic Characterization of Satellite DNA in Sugar Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Zakrzewski, Falk; Schmidt, Thomas
, intercalary or subtelomeric regions ...
... repair, as well as in characterizing  heterochromatin 
Emerging roles of chromatin in the maintenance of genome organization and function in plants
Emerging roles of chromatin in the maintenance of genome organization and function in plants
Vergara, Zaida; Gutierrez, Crisanto
boundaries. ...
... of robust and inaccessible  heterochromatin 
Silencing of endogenous retroviruses by heterochromatin
Silencing of endogenous retroviruses by heterochromatin
Groh, Sophia; Schotta, Gunnar
across ERVs. ...
... 10–25% of these DSBs are induced in  heterochromatin 
Analyzing Heterochromatic DNA Double Strand Break (DSB) Repair in Response to Ionizing Radiation
Analyzing Heterochromatic DNA Double Strand Break (DSB) Repair in Response to Ionizing Radiation
Klement, Karolin; Goodarzi, Aaron A.
. ...
... (H3K9me3) levels and pericentromeric  heterochromatin 
Remodeling of heterochromatin structure slows neuropathological progression and prolongs survival in an animal model of Huntington’s disease
Remodeling of heterochromatin structure slows neuropathological progression and prolongs survival in an animal model of Huntington’s disease
Lee, Junghee; Hwang, Yu Jin; Kim, Yunha; Lee, Min Young; Hyeon, Seung Jae; Lee, Soojin; Kim, Dong Hyun; Jang, Sung Jae; Im, Hyoenjoo; Min, Sun-Joon; Choo, Hyunah; Pae, Ae Nim; Kim, Dong Jin; Cho, Kyung Sang; Kowall, Neil W.; Ryu, Hoon
condensation by reducing the ...
... , 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 ...
... 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. ...
... and downstreamchromatin function.   
SUMO and Chromatin Remodeling
SUMO and Chromatin Remodeling
Wotton, David; Pemberton, Lucy F.; Merrill-Schools, Jacqueline
...
... within regions of constitutive  heterochromatin 
Contribution of Retrotransposable Elements to Aging
Contribution of Retrotransposable Elements to Aging
Kreiling, Jill A.; Jones, Brian C.; Wood, Jason G.; Cecco, Marco; Criscione, Steven W.; Neretti, Nicola; Helfand, Stephen L.; Sedivy, John M.
that were previously thought to ...
... the amount and distribution of the  heterochromatin 
Evolutionary dynamics of an at-rich satellite DNA and its contribution to karyotype differentiation in wild diploid Arachis species
Evolutionary dynamics of an at-rich satellite DNA and its contribution to karyotype differentiation in wild diploid Arachis species
Samoluk, Sergio Sebastián; Robledo, Germán; Bertioli, David; Seijo, José Guillermo
in the karyotypes. ...
... asymmetry in staining within the  heterochromatin 
Chromosome Heteromorphism (Summaries)
Chromosome Heteromorphism (Summaries)
Wyandt, Herman E.; Wilson, Golder N.; Tonk, Vijay S.
, due to interstrand compositional ...
... and Ghosh 2010). The Euchromatin and  Heterochromatin 
Chromatin and Aging
Chromatin and Aging
Purohit, Jogeswar Satchidananda; Chaturvedi, Madan Mohan
: The Classical Domains of Chromatin ...
... SMYD5 mediates H4K20me3 at  heterochromatin 
SMYD5 regulates H4K20me3-marked heterochromatin to safeguard ES cell self-renewal and prevent spurious differentiation
SMYD5 regulates H4K20me3-marked heterochromatin to safeguard ES cell self-renewal and prevent spurious differentiation
Kidder, Benjamin L.; Hu, Gangqing; Cui, Kairong; Zhao, Keji
regions. ...
... active—euchromatin—and silenced—  heterochromatin 
Perspectives: using polymer modeling to understand the formation and function of nuclear compartments
Perspectives: using polymer modeling to understand the formation and function of nuclear compartments
Haddad, N.; Jost, D.; Vaillant, C.
—parts of the genome. ...
... structural elements such as  heterochromatin 
Structure, Function and Dynamics of Chromatin
Structure, Function and Dynamics of Chromatin
Prakash, Kirti
, nuclear pores or mRNA. ...
... Sumoylation is required for  heterochromatin 
The Role of Sumoylation in Senescence
The Role of Sumoylation in Senescence
Scurr, Lyndee L.; Haferkamp, Sebastian; Rizos, Helen
formation during senescence and may ...
... and restoring the  heterochromatin 
Targeted Downregulation of dMyc Suppresses Pathogenesis of Human Neuronal Tauopathies in Drosophila by Limiting Heterochromatin Relaxation and Tau Hyperphosphorylation
Targeted Downregulation of dMyc Suppresses Pathogenesis of Human Neuronal Tauopathies in Drosophila by Limiting Heterochromatin Relaxation and Tau Hyperphosphorylation
Chanu, Soram Idiyasan; Sarkar, Surajit
loss. ...
... chromosome . Centromer centromere ic  Heterochromatin 
Wrestling with Chromosomes: The Roles of SUMO During Meiosis
Wrestling with Chromosomes: The Roles of SUMO During Meiosis
Nottke, Amanda C.; Kim, Hyun-Min; Colaiácovo, Monica P.
Heterochromatinchromatin and ...
... several internal loci are marked as  heterochromatin 
Epigenetics of Malaria Parasites
Epigenetics of Malaria Parasites
Bunnik, Evelien M.; Le Roch, Karine G.
, characterized by the presence of ...
... regions, while the constitutive  heterochromatin 
Chromosomal localization of Wolbachia inserts in the genomes of two subspecies of Chorthippus parallelus forming a Pyrenean hybrid zone
Chromosomal localization of Wolbachia inserts in the genomes of two subspecies of Chorthippus parallelus forming a Pyrenean hybrid zone
Toribio-Fernández, Raquel; Bella, José L.; Martínez-Rodríguez, Paloma; Funkhouser-Jones, Lisa J.; Bordenstein, Seth R.; Pita, Miguel
appears in centromeric and telomeric ...