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Comparison of the somatic TADs and lampbrush chromomere-loop complexes in transcriptionally active prophase I oocytes
Comparison of the somatic TADs and lampbrush chromomere-loop complexes in transcriptionally active prophase I oocytes
In diplotene oocyte nuclei of all vertebrate species, except mammals, chromosomes lack interchromosomal contacts and chrom...
Genome characterization and CRISPR-Cas9 editing of a human neocentromere
Genome characterization and CRISPR-Cas9 editing of a human neocentromere
The maintenance of genome integrity is ensured by proper chromosome inheritance during mitotic and meiotic cell divisions....
Time to match; when do homologous chromosomes become closer?
Time to match; when do homologous chromosomes become closer?
In most eukaryotes, pairing of homologous chromosomes is an essential feature of meiosis that ensures homologous recombina...
The spectrum of chromosomal translocations in the Arab world: ethnic-specific chromosomal translocations and their relevance to diseases
The spectrum of chromosomal translocations in the Arab world: ethnic-specific chromosomal translocations and their relevance to diseases
Chromosomal translocations (CTs) are the most common type of structural chromosomal abnormalities in humans. CTs have been...
Transcription factor Sp1 regulates mitotic chromosome assembly and segregation
Transcription factor Sp1 regulates mitotic chromosome assembly and segregation
Aneuploidy is a pervasive feature of cancer cells that results from chromosome missegregation. Several transcription facto...
Migration of repetitive DNAs during evolution of the permanent translocation heterozygosity in the oyster plant (Tradescantia section Rhoeo)
Migration of repetitive DNAs during evolution of the permanent translocation heterozygosity in the oyster plant (Tradescantia section Rhoeo)
Due to translocation heterozygosity for all chromosomes in the cell complement, the oyster plant (Tradescantia spathacea) ...
Allele segregation analysis of F1 hybrids between independent Brassica allohexaploid lineages
Allele segregation analysis of F1 hybrids between independent Brassica allohexaploid lineages
In the Brassica genus, we find both diploid species (one genome) and allotetraploid species (two different genomes) but no...
Life of double minutes: generation, maintenance, and elimination
Life of double minutes: generation, maintenance, and elimination
Advances in genome sequencing have revealed a type of extrachromosomal DNA, historically named double minutes (also referr...
Kinesin-5 Eg5 mediates centrosome separation to control spindle assembly in spermatocytes
Kinesin-5 Eg5 mediates centrosome separation to control spindle assembly in spermatocytes
Timely and accurate centrosome separation is critical for bipolar spindle organization and faithful chromosome segregation...
Germline-restricted chromosome shows remarkable variation in size among closely related passerine species
Germline-restricted chromosome shows remarkable variation in size among closely related passerine species
Passerine birds have a supernumerary chromosome in their germ cells called the germline-restricted chromosome (GRC). The G...
Multiple heterochromatin diversification events in the genome of fungus-farming ants: insights from repetitive sequences
Multiple heterochromatin diversification events in the genome of fungus-farming ants: insights from repetitive sequences
A substantial portion of the eukaryotic genome includes repetitive DNA, which is important for its stability, regulation, ...
The N-terminal domain of TET1 promotes the formation of dense chromatin regions refractory to transcription
The N-terminal domain of TET1 promotes the formation of dense chromatin regions refractory to transcription
TET (ten-eleven translocation) enzymes initiate active cytosine demethylation via the oxidation of 5-methylcytosine. TET1 ...
Satellitome analysis illuminates the evolution of ZW sex chromosomes of Triportheidae fishes (Teleostei: Characiformes)
Satellitome analysis illuminates the evolution of ZW sex chromosomes of Triportheidae fishes (Teleostei: Characiformes)
Satellites are an abundant source of repetitive DNAs that play an essential role in the chromosomal organization and are t...
NucPosDB: a database of nucleosome positioning in vivo and nucleosomics of cell-free DNA
NucPosDB: a database of nucleosome positioning in vivo and nucleosomics of cell-free DNA
Nucleosome positioning is involved in many gene regulatory processes happening in the cell, and it may change as cells dif...
Incorporation of CENP-A/CID into centromeres during early Drosophila embryogenesis does not require RNA polymerase II–mediated transcription
Incorporation of CENP-A/CID into centromeres during early Drosophila embryogenesis does not require RNA polymerase II–mediated transcription
In many species, centromere identity is specified epigenetically by special nucleosomes containing a centromere-specific h...
Two telomeric ends of acrocentric chromosome play distinct roles in homologous chromosome synapsis in the fetal mouse oocyte
Two telomeric ends of acrocentric chromosome play distinct roles in homologous chromosome synapsis in the fetal mouse oocyte
In mammalian oocytes, proper chromosome segregation at the first meiotic division is dictated by the presence and site of ...
Imaging assay to probe the role of telomere length shortening on telomere-gene interactions in single cells
Imaging assay to probe the role of telomere length shortening on telomere-gene interactions in single cells
Telomeres are repetitive non-coding nucleotide sequences (TTAGGGn) capping the ends of chromosomes. Progressive telomere s...
Ectopic expression of pericentric HSATII RNA results in nuclear RNA accumulation, MeCP2 recruitment, and cell division defects
Ectopic expression of pericentric HSATII RNA results in nuclear RNA accumulation, MeCP2 recruitment, and cell division defects
Within the pericentric regions of human chromosomes reside large arrays of tandemly repeated satellite sequences. Expressi...
Chromosome Y pericentric heterochromatin is a primary target of HSF1 in male cells
Chromosome Y pericentric heterochromatin is a primary target of HSF1 in male cells
The heat shock factor 1 (HSF1)-dependent transcriptional activation of human pericentric heterochromatin in heat-shocked c...
spn-A/rad51 mutant exhibits enhanced genomic damage, cell death and low temperature sensitivity in somatic tissues
spn-A/rad51 mutant exhibits enhanced genomic damage, cell death and low temperature sensitivity in somatic tissues
Homologous recombination (HR) is one of the key pathways to repair double-strand breaks (DSBs). Rad51 serves an important ...
A deformation energy model reveals sequence-dependent property of nucleosome positioning
A deformation energy model reveals sequence-dependent property of nucleosome positioning
We present a deformation energy model for predicting nucleosome positioning, in which a position-dependent structural para...
Linear elements are stable structures along the chromosome axis in fission yeast meiosis
Linear elements are stable structures along the chromosome axis in fission yeast meiosis
The structure of chromosomes dramatically changes upon entering meiosis to ensure the successful progression of meiosis-sp...
BAC- and oligo-FISH mapping reveals chromosome evolution among Vigna angularis, V. unguiculata, and Phaseolus vulgaris
BAC- and oligo-FISH mapping reveals chromosome evolution among Vigna angularis, V. unguiculata, and Phaseolus vulgaris
Cytogenomic resources have accelerated synteny and chromosome evolution studies in plant species, including legumes. Here,...
Deletion of the XIST promoter from the human inactive X chromosome compromises polycomb heterochromatin maintenance
Deletion of the XIST promoter from the human inactive X chromosome compromises polycomb heterochromatin maintenance
Silencing most gene expression from all but one X chromosome in female mammals provides a means to overcome X-linked gene ...
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The extensive amplification of heterochromatin in Melipona bees revealed by high throughput genomic and chromosomal analysis
The extensive amplification of heterochromatin in Melipona bees revealed by high throughput genomic and chromosomal analysis
Satellite DNAs (satDNAs) and transposable elements (TEs) are among the main components of constitutive heterochromatin (c-...
Heterologous synapsis in C. elegans is regulated by meiotic double-strand breaks and crossovers
Heterologous synapsis in C. elegans is regulated by meiotic double-strand breaks and crossovers
Alignment of the parental chromosomes during meiotic prophase is key to the formation of genetic exchanges, or crossovers,...