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We investigated the association of human origin recognition complex (ORC) proteins hOrc1p and hOrc2p with chromatin in HeLa cells. Independent procedures including limited nuclease digestion and differential salt extraction of isolated nuclei showed that a complex containing hOrc1p and hOrc2p occurs in a nuclease-resistant compartment of chromatin and can… (More)
The human nuclear Ki-67 protein (Ki-67p) is expressed in proliferating, but not in quiescent, cells and is therefore widely used as a proliferation marker in histopathological research and practice. However, information regarding its intranuclear location is scarce and controversial. Here we describe the results of cell fractionation and nuclease digestion… (More)
The human replication protein Cdc6p is translocated from its chromatin sites to the cytoplasm during the replication phase (S phase) of the cell cycle. However, the amounts of Cdc6p on chromatin remain high during S phase implying either that displaced Cdc6p can rebind to chromatin, or that Cdc6p is synthesized de novo. We have performed metabolic labeling… (More)
It has been described that the replication regulator protein geminin is rapidly degraded at the end of mitosis and newly expressed at the beginning of the next S phase in the metazoan cell cycle. We have performed experiments to investigate the synthesis of geminin in cycling human HeLa cells. The levels of geminin-mRNA vary only modestly during the cell… (More)
(2000) The proliferation-specific human Ki-67 protein is a constituent of compact chromatin. (2001) The human origin recognition complex protein 1 dissociates from chromatin during S-phase in HeLa cells.