Francesca Taglini

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Heterochromatin plays important roles in eukaryotic genome regulation. However, the repressive nature of heterochromatin combined with its propensity to self-propagate necessitates robust mechanisms to contain heterochromatin within defined boundaries and thus prevent silencing of expressed genes. Here we show that loss of the PAF complex (PAFc) component(More)
In Drosophila, the transcription factor Gcm/Glide plays a key role in cell fate determination and cellular differentiation. In light of its crucial biological impact, major efforts have been put for analyzing its properties as master regulator, from both structural and functional points of view. However, the lack of efficient antibodies specific to the(More)
Noncoding RNAs can modulate gene expression by directing modifications to histones that alter chromatin structure. In fission yeast, siRNAs produced via the RNAi pathway direct modifications associated with heterochromatin formation. siRNAs associate with the RNAi effector protein Argonaute 1 (Ago1), targeting the Ago1-containing RNA-induced transcriptional(More)
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