Esther Uliel

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The sensitivity to DNase I of the meiotic sex chromosomes of the male mouse was determined by in situ nick translation. At pachytene and diakinesis-metaphase I, six segments, four at the ends of the X and Y chromosomes and two at internal sites on the X chromosome, were found to be more sensitive than the other parts of these chromosomes. The sensitive(More)
We have previously shown that the sex chromosome bivalent of normal, fertile male mice possesses extensive regions of potentially active chromatin, even though, as has been shown by others, certain X-linked genes, and perhaps most of the X chromosome, become inactivated during pachytene. The male meiosis of a fertile (2; 11) translocation carrier mouse, a(More)
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