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...  Heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin: A Critical Part of the Genome
Heterochromatin: A Critical Part of the Genome
Wallrath, Lori L.; Vitalini, Michael W.; Elgin, Sarah C. R.
represents highly condensed portions ...
... 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 ...
... and organized into the chromosomes.  Heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin
Heterochromatin
Chandramouly, Guru
is the tightly coiled chromosomal ...
... and organized into the chromosomes.  Heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin
Heterochromatin
Chandramouly, Guru
is the tightly coiled chromosomal ...
... and “functions” of the “gene”-poor  heterochromatin 
From Heterochromatin to Long Noncoding RNAs in Drosophila: Expanding the Arena of Gene Function and Regulation
From Heterochromatin to Long Noncoding RNAs in Drosophila: Expanding the Arena of Gene Function and Regulation
Lakhotia, Subhash C.
. ...
... associate with pericentromeric  heterochromatin 
Human Artificial Centromeres: De novo Assembly of Functional Centromeres on Human Artificial Chromosomes
Human Artificial Centromeres: De novo Assembly of Functional Centromeres on Human Artificial Chromosomes
Masumoto, Hiroshi; Okada, Teruaki; Okamoto, Yasuhide
, which is maintained by epigenetic ...
... and increased reorganization of  heterochromatin 
Chromatin Structure in Senescent Cells
Chromatin Structure in Senescent Cells
Richards, Hunter W.; Medrano, Estela E.
. ...
... (heteropycnotic). The constitutive  heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin
Heterochromatin
Rédei, George P.
remains in a highly condensed state ...
... 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.
. ...
... 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]. ...
... centromere region is also the site of  heterochromatin 
The Centromere
The Centromere
Sullivan, Beth A.
formation that is important for ...
... is separated into areas of dense  heterochromatin 
Nanoscale changes in chromatin organization represent the initial steps of tumorigenesis: a transmission electron microscopy study
Nanoscale changes in chromatin organization represent the initial steps of tumorigenesis: a transmission electron microscopy study
Cherkezyan, Lusik; Stypula-Cyrus, Yolanda; Subramanian, Hariharan; White, Craig; Dela Cruz, Mart; Wali, Ramesh K; Goldberg, Michael J; Bianchi, Laura K; Roy, Hemant K; Backman, Vadim
and loose euchromatin, and 2) ...
... particularly in replication of  heterochromatin 
UHRF1 is a genome caretaker that facilitates the DNA damage response to γ-irradiation
UHRF1 is a genome caretaker that facilitates the DNA damage response to γ-irradiation
Mistry, Helena; Tamblyn, Laura; Butt, Hussein; Sisgoreo, Daniel; Gracias, Aileen; Larin, Meghan; Gopalakrishnan, Kalpana; Hande, Manoor Prakash; McPherson, John Peter
regions surrounding centromeres known ...
... 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 ...
... functions and their relevance to  heterochromatin 
Histone Chaperones, Epigenetics, and Cancer
Histone Chaperones, Epigenetics, and Cancer
Rafiei, Mina; Bremner, Rod
, epigenetic inheritance, and ...
... the difference between eu- and  heterochromatin 
The Impact of Chromatin
The Impact of Chromatin
Carlberg, Carsten; Molnár, Ferdinand
and the transition between these ...
... chromosomes. However, most of the  heterochromatin 
Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization With Transposable Element Probes to Mitotic Chromosomal Heterochromatin of Drosophila
Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization With Transposable Element Probes to Mitotic Chromosomal Heterochromatin of Drosophila
Dimitri, Patrizio
normally escapes cytogenetic analyses ...
... the difference between eu- and  heterochromatin 
The Impact of Chromatin
The Impact of Chromatin
Carlberg, Carsten; Molnár, Ferdinand
and the transition between these ...
... inhibited, is referred to as “  heterochromatin 
Chromosomal Position Effect and Aging
Chromosomal Position Effect and Aging
Gilson, Eric; Magdinier, Frédérique
,” although various types of ...
... and downstreamchromatin function.   
SUMO and Chromatin Remodeling
SUMO and Chromatin Remodeling
Wotton, David; Pemberton, Lucy F.; Merrill-Schools, Jacqueline
...
... 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.
. ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...