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ACETYLATION AND METHYLATION OF HISTONES AND THEIR POSSIBLE ROLE IN THE REGULATION OF RNA SYNTHESIS.
17 Ohno, S., and B. M. Cattanach, Cytogenet., 1, 129 (1962). 18 Russell, L. B., Science, 140, 976 (1963). 19 Lyon, M. F., Genetic Res., 4, 93 (1963). *' Benirschke, K., R. J. Low, L. E. Brownhill, L.Expand
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Suppression of histone deacetylation in vivo and in vitro by sodium butyrate.
In HeLa cells which have been exposed to 5 mM sodium butyrate for 21 h, the level of histone acetylation is greatly increased as compared to control cells (Riggs, M.G., Whittaker, R.G., Neumann,Expand
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Butyrate suppression of histone deacetylation leads to accumulation of multiacetylated forms of histones H3 and H4 and increased DNase I sensitivity of the associated DNA sequences.
Exposure of HeLa cells to Na butyrate leads to an accumulation of multiacetylated forms of histones H3 and H4. Our studies of histone acetylation in HeLa S-3 cells show that 7 mM butyrate suppressesExpand
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RNA synthesis and histone acetylation during the course of gene activation in lymphocytes.
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Distribution of NG, NG,-dimethylarginine in nuclear protein fractions.
Abstract Nuclear proteins have been fractionated into five distinct classes according to their extractability from rat liver nuclei at different pH and salt concentrations. The fractions have beenExpand
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Some observations on differences in composition between the nucleus and cytoplasm of the frog oocyte.
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Evidence for increased DNA template activity in regenerating liver nuclei.
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The Isolation of Subcellular Components
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the isolation of subcellular components. In many cases, isolated cell structures can be tested for their retention of function, that is, for their capacity toExpand
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A fluorometric method for the determination of pteroylglutamic acid.
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