Aleix Bayona-Feliu

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Linker histone H1 is an important structural component of chromatin that stabilizes the nucleosome and compacts the nucleofilament into higher-order structures. The biology of histone H1 remains, however, poorly understood. Here we show that Drosophila histone H1 (dH1) prevents genome instability as indicated by the increased γH2Av (H2AvS137P) content and(More)
Eukaryotic genomes are structured in the form of chromatin with the help of a set of five small basic proteins, the histones. Four of them are highly conserved through evolution, form the basic unit of the chromatin, the nucleosome, and have been intensively studied and are well characterized. The fifth histone, histone H1, adds to this basic structure(More)
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