Delphine Fagegaltier

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It has been proposed that dosage compensation in Drosophila males occurs by binding of two core proteins, MSL-1 and MSL-2, to a set of 35-40 X chromosome "entry sites" that serve to nucleate mature complexes, termed compensasomes, which then spread to neighboring sequences to double expression of most X-linked genes. Here we show that any piece of the X(More)
G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics has removed 10.1534/g3.114.012203 from early online publication. The early online version of the article was published in error and is instead published early online at GENETICS as 10.1534/genetics.114.169268 at http://www.genetics.org/content/early/2014/07/24/genetics.114.169268, and the version of record will be published in the(More)
Because solar energy is available in large excess relative to current rates of energy consumption, effective conversion of this renewable yet intermittent resource into a transportable and dispatchable chemical fuel may ensure the goal of a sustainable energy future. However, low conversion efficiencies, particularly with CO 2 reduction, as well as(More)
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