Julia Warneboldt

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H1 histone subtype genes differ in their expression patterns during the different stages of the cell cycle interphase. While the group of replication-dependent H1 histone subtypes is synthesized during S phase, the replacement histone subtype H1.0 is also expressed replication-independently in non-proliferating cells. The present study is the first report(More)
The ability to propagate under anaerobic conditions is an essential and unique trait of brewer’s or baker’s yeast (Saccharomyces cervisiae). To understand the evolution of facultative anaerobiosis we studied the dependence of de novo pyrimidine biosynthesis, more precisely the fourth enzymic activity catalysed by dihydroorotate dehydrogenase (DHODase), on(More)
Histone H1x is a ubiquitously expressed member of the H1 histone family. H1 histones, also called linker histones, stabilize compact, higher order structures of chromatin. In addition to their role as structural proteins, they actively regulate gene expression and participate in chromatin-based processes like DNA replication and repair. The epigenetic(More)
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