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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 ...
... Background  Heterochromatin 
A systematic genetic screen identifies new factors influencing centromeric heterochromatin integrity in fission yeast
A systematic genetic screen identifies new factors influencing centromeric heterochromatin integrity in fission yeast
Bayne, Elizabeth H; Bijos, Dominika A; White, Sharon A; Alves, Flavia de Lima; Rappsilber, Juri; Allshire, Robin C
plays important roles in the ...
... Background  Heterochromatin 
Role of Ccr4-Not complex in heterochromatin formation at meiotic genes and subtelomeres in fission yeast
Role of Ccr4-Not complex in heterochromatin formation at meiotic genes and subtelomeres in fission yeast
Cotobal, Cristina; Rodríguez-López, María; Duncan, Caia; Hasan, Ayesha; Yamashita, Akira; Yamamoto, Masayuki; Bähler, Jürg; Mata, Juan
is essential for chromosome ...
... It is widely accepted that  heterochromatin 
PREditOR: a synthetic biology approach to removing heterochromatin from cells
PREditOR: a synthetic biology approach to removing heterochromatin from cells
Molina, Oscar; Carmena, Mar; Maudlin, Isabella E.; Earnshaw, William C.
is necessary to maintain genomic ...
... positionally controlling centromeric  heterochromatin 
Origin of the cell nucleus, mitosis and sex: roles of intracellular coevolution
Origin of the cell nucleus, mitosis and sex: roles of intracellular coevolution
Cavalier-Smith, Thomas
, and how 27 major features of the ...
...  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 ...
... including a rearrangement of  heterochromatin 
Old cells, new tricks: chromatin structure in senescence
Old cells, new tricks: chromatin structure in senescence
Parry, Aled John; Narita, Masashi
, and the effectors responsible. ...
... a gene is brought abnormally close to  heterochromatin 
The molecular basis for stability of heterochromatin-mediated silencing in mammals
The molecular basis for stability of heterochromatin-mediated silencing in mammals
Hiragami-Hamada, Kyoko; Xie, Sheila Q; Saveliev, Alexander; Uribe-Lewis, Santiago; Pombo, Ana; Festenstein, Richard
, resulting in stochastic silencing ...
... 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. ...
... 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. ...
... comparably condensed organization of  heterochromatin 
Immunofluorescence Techniques Applied to Mitotic Chromosome Preparations
Immunofluorescence Techniques Applied to Mitotic Chromosome Preparations
Jeppesen, Peter
is controlled by DNA-binding ...
... 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 ...
... lamina serve as anchoring sites for  heterochromatin 
Nuclear Envelope: Connecting Structural Genome Organization to Regulation of Gene Expression
Nuclear Envelope: Connecting Structural Genome Organization to Regulation of Gene Expression
Stancheva, Irina; Schirmer, Eric C.
. ...
... present on centric (constitutive)  heterochromatin 
Immunostaining of modified histones defines high-level features of the human metaphase epigenome
Immunostaining of modified histones defines high-level features of the human metaphase epigenome
Terrenoire, Edith; McRonald, Fiona; Halsall, John A; Page, Paula; Illingworth, Robert S; Taylor, A Malcolm R; Davison, Val; O'Neill, Laura P; Turner, Bryan M
in plants and animals [5–7] and the ...
... envelope. Transcriptionally inactive  heterochromatin 
Nuclear dynamics: where genes are and how they got there
Nuclear dynamics: where genes are and how they got there
Swedlow, Jason R; Lamond, Angus I
is also often observed clustered ...
... Athila) preferentially target  heterochromatin 
Insertion bias and purifying selection of retrotransposons in the Arabidopsis thalianagenome
Insertion bias and purifying selection of retrotransposons in the Arabidopsis thalianagenome
Pereira, Vini
, and were more active in the past. ...
... synchronized replication of related  heterochromatin 
Early Stages of Meiosis in Wheat- and the Role of Ph1
Early Stages of Meiosis in Wheat- and the Role of Ph1
Moore, Graham
in the (maize) genome (Pryor et al. ...
... centromere sequence surrounded by  heterochromatin 
Genetic and epigenetic regulation of centromeres: a look at HAC formation
Genetic and epigenetic regulation of centromeres: a look at HAC formation
Ohzeki, Jun-ichirou; Larionov, Vladimir; Earnshaw, William C.; Masumoto, Hiroshi
is required for YAC formation in ...
... condensed domains of facultative  heterochromatin 
Chromatin in Senescent Cells: A Conduit for the Anti-Aging Effects of Wnt Signaling?
Chromatin in Senescent Cells: A Conduit for the Anti-Aging Effects of Wnt Signaling?
Banumathy, Gowrishankar; Adams, Peter D.
, called S enescence-A ssociated H ...
... methylation imprint is accompanied by  heterochromatin 
Maintaining memory of silencing at imprinted differentially methylated regions
Maintaining memory of silencing at imprinted differentially methylated regions
Voon, Hsiao P. J.; Gibbons, Richard J.
modifications which must be ...
... protein that regulates  heterochromatin 
20th International Chromosome Conference (ICCXX)
20th International Chromosome Conference (ICCXX)
Griffin, Darren K.; Fowler, Katie E.; Ellis, Peter J. I.; Jackson, Dean A.
assembly and structure. ...
... 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
. ...
... by extremely large blocks of  heterochromatin 
Giant sex chromosomes retained within the Portuguese lineage of the field vole (Microtus agrestis)
Giant sex chromosomes retained within the Portuguese lineage of the field vole (Microtus agrestis)
Giménez, Mabel D.; Paupério, Joana; Alves, Paulo Célio; Searle, Jeremy B.
on both the X and Y chromosome. ...
... proximal to a block of sub-telomeric  heterochromatin 
Mapping the ‘breaker’ element of the gametocidal locus proximal to a block of sub-telomeric heterochromatin on the long arm of chromosome 4Ssh of Aegilops sharonensis
Mapping the ‘breaker’ element of the gametocidal locus proximal to a block of sub-telomeric heterochromatin on the long arm of chromosome 4Ssh of Aegilops sharonensis
Knight, Emilie; Binnie, Ashleigh; Draeger, Tracie; Moscou, Matthew; Rey, María-Dolores; Sucher, Justine; Mehra, Surbhi; King, Ian; Moore, Graham
on chromosome 4S sh L. ...
... yet the role of the major  heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin Protein 1β (HP1β) has distinct functions and distinct nuclear distribution in pluripotent versus differentiated cells
Heterochromatin Protein 1β (HP1β) has distinct functions and distinct nuclear distribution in pluripotent versus differentiated cells
Mattout, Anna; Aaronson, Yair; Sailaja, Badi Sri; Raghu Ram, Edupuganti V.; Harikumar, Arigela; Mallm, Jan-Philipp; Sim, Kae Hwan; Nissim-Rafinia, Malka; Supper, Emmanuelle; Singh, Prim B.; Sze, Siu Kwan; Gasser, Susan M.; Rippe, Karsten; Meshorer, Eran
proteins in pluripotency is unknown. ...