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... conserved components of constitutive  heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin and the molecular mechanisms of ‘parent-of-origin’ effects in animals
Heterochromatin and the molecular mechanisms of ‘parent-of-origin’ effects in animals
Singh, Prim B
assemble ...
... 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 ...
... distribution of H3K9me as  heterochromatin 
Glimpses of evolution: heterochromatic histone H3K9 methyltransferases left its marks behind
Glimpses of evolution: heterochromatic histone H3K9 methyltransferases left its marks behind
Krauss, Veiko
-specific histone modification and ...
... Background  Heterochromatin 
Gene repositioning within the cell nucleus is not random and is determined by its genomic neighborhood
Gene repositioning within the cell nucleus is not random and is determined by its genomic neighborhood
Jost, K. Laurence; Bertulat, Bianca; Rapp, Alexander; Brero, Alessandro; Hardt, Tanja; Domaing, Petra; Gösele, Claudia; Schulz, Herbert; Hübner, Norbert; Cardoso, M. Cristina
has been reported to be a major ...
... retrotransposon Beetle7, while  heterochromatin 
Repeat Composition of CenH3-chromatin and H3K9me2-marked heterochromatin in Sugar Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Repeat Composition of CenH3-chromatin and H3K9me2-marked heterochromatin in Sugar Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Kowar, Teresa; Zakrzewski, Falk; Macas, Jiří; Kobližková, Andrea; Viehoever, Prisca; Weisshaar, Bernd; Schmidt, Thomas
marked by H3K9me2 exhibits ...
... occur more frequently in intercalary  heterochromatin 
Epigenetic profiling of heterochromatic satellite DNA
Epigenetic profiling of heterochromatic satellite DNA
Zakrzewski, Falk; Weisshaar, Bernd; Fuchs, Jörg; Bannack, Ekaterina; Minoche, André E.; Dohm, Juliane C.; Himmelbauer, Heinz; Schmidt, Thomas
, while CHH sites, with the exception ...
... realized: inversions, accumulation of  heterochromatin 
Dynamics of vertebrate sex chromosome evolution: from equal size to giants and dwarfs
Dynamics of vertebrate sex chromosome evolution: from equal size to giants and dwarfs
Schartl, Manfred; Schmid, Michael; Nanda, Indrajit
, deletion of ...
... of genes to condensed regions of  heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin and gene positioning: inside, outside, any side?
Heterochromatin and gene positioning: inside, outside, any side?
Jost, K. Laurence; Bertulat, Bianca; Cardoso, M. Cristina
was proposed to negatively influence ...
... 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. ...
... 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 ...
... of acetylation at the pericentric  heterochromatin 
Chromosomal Distribution and Functional Interpretation of Epigenetic Histone Marks in Plants
Chromosomal Distribution and Functional Interpretation of Epigenetic Histone Marks in Plants
Fuchs, Jörg; Schubert, Ingo
(Jeppesen et al. 1992; Belyaev et al. ...
... of robust and inaccessible  heterochromatin 
Silencing of endogenous retroviruses by heterochromatin
Silencing of endogenous retroviruses by heterochromatin
Groh, Sophia; Schotta, Gunnar
across ERVs. ...
... vole rodents contains large blocks of  heterochromatin 
Epigenetic modifications in sex heterochromatin of vole rodents
Epigenetic modifications in sex heterochromatin of vole rodents
Romero-Fernández, I.; Casas-Delucchi, C. S.; Cano-Linares, M.; Arroyo, M.; Sánchez, A.; Cardoso, M. C.; Marchal, J. A.
coupled to the sex chromosomes. ...
... 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 ...
... protein (Hip) is a partner of  heterochromatin 
Umbrea, a chromo shadow domain protein in Drosophila melanogaster heterochromatin, interacts with Hip, HP1 and HOAP
Umbrea, a chromo shadow domain protein in Drosophila melanogaster heterochromatin, interacts with Hip, HP1 and HOAP
Joppich, Christian; Scholz, Sabrina; Korge, Günter; Schwendemann, Alexander
protein 1 (HP1) and is involved in ...
... behavior of pericentromeric  heterochromatin 
Contrasting behavior of heterochromatic and euchromatic chromosome portions and pericentric genome separation in pre-bouquet spermatocytes of hybrid mice
Contrasting behavior of heterochromatic and euchromatic chromosome portions and pericentric genome separation in pre-bouquet spermatocytes of hybrid mice
Scherthan, Harry; Schöfisch, Karina; Dell, Thomas; Illner, Doris
and the euchromatic portions of the ...
... 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
. ...
... red) not enclosed by perinucleolar  heterochromatin 
Nuclei of chicken neurons in tissues and three-dimensional cell cultures are organized into distinct radial zones
Nuclei of chicken neurons in tissues and three-dimensional cell cultures are organized into distinct radial zones
Berchtold, Doris; Fesser, Stephanie; Bachmann, Gesine; Kaiser, Alexander; Eilert, John-Christian; Frohns, Florian; Sadoni, Nicolas; Muck, Joscha; Kremmer, Elisabeth; Eick, Dirk; Layer, Paul G.; Zink, Daniele
exposed to the central DAPI-depleted ...
... associated with the borders of  heterochromatin 
HHV-8 encoded LANA-1 alters the higher organization of the cell nucleus
HHV-8 encoded LANA-1 alters the higher organization of the cell nucleus
Stuber, György; Mattsson, Karin; Flaberg, Emilie; Kati, Emrah; Markasz, Laszlo; Sheldon, Julie A; Klein, George; Schulz, Thomas F; Szekely, Laszlo
[1]. ...
... cells and somatic tissues relative to  heterochromatin 
Three-dimensional architecture of tandem repeats in chicken interphase nucleus
Three-dimensional architecture of tandem repeats in chicken interphase nucleus
Maslova, Antonina; Zlotina, Anna; Kosyakova, Nadezhda; Sidorova, Marina; Krasikova, Alla
compartments and nuclear center. ...
... nucleolar periphery referred to as ‘  heterochromatin 
Dynamic properties of independent chromatin domains measured by correlation spectroscopy in living cells
Dynamic properties of independent chromatin domains measured by correlation spectroscopy in living cells
Wachsmuth, Malte; Knoch, Tobias A.; Rippe, Karsten
’ in the following [60] (Fig. 2a; ...
... label only on their pericentromeric  heterochromatin 
Germ line-limited and somatic chromosomes of Acricotopus lucidus differ in distribution and timing of alterations of histone modifications in male gonial mitosis and meiosis
Germ line-limited and somatic chromosomes of Acricotopus lucidus differ in distribution and timing of alterations of histone modifications in male gonial mitosis and meiosis
Staiber, Wolfgang
bands containing germ line-specific ...
... tree shrew and colugo. In particular,  heterochromatin 
Diurnality and Nocturnality in Primates: An Analysis from the Rod Photoreceptor Nuclei Perspective
Diurnality and Nocturnality in Primates: An Analysis from the Rod Photoreceptor Nuclei Perspective
Joffe, Boris; Peichl, Leo; Hendrickson, Anita; Leonhardt, Heinrich; Solovei, Irina
in rod nuclei of nocturnal mammals is ...
... in D. discoideum has properties of  heterochromatin 
Convergent evolution of tRNA gene targeting preferences in compact genomes
Convergent evolution of tRNA gene targeting preferences in compact genomes
Spaller, Thomas; Kling, Eva; Glöckner, Gernot; Hillmann, Falk; Winckler, Thomas
including the presence of H3K9 ...
... accumulates in the pericentric  heterochromatin 
The winged-helix transcription factor JUMU regulates development, nucleolus morphology and function, and chromatin organization of Drosophila melanogaster
The winged-helix transcription factor JUMU regulates development, nucleolus morphology and function, and chromatin organization of Drosophila melanogaster
Hofmann, Annemarie; Brünner, Madeleine; Schwendemann, Alexander; Strödicke, Martin; Karberg, Sascha; Klebes, Ansgar; Saumweber, Harald; Korge, Günter
and spreads into euchromatic ...