A 41–42 bp tandemly repeated sequence isolated from nuclear envelopes of chicken erythrocytes is located predominantly on microchromosomes

@article{Matzke1990A4B,
  title={A 41–42 bp tandemly repeated sequence isolated from nuclear envelopes of chicken erythrocytes is located predominantly on microchromosomes},
  author={Marjori Matzke and Franz Varga and H G Berger and Johann P. Schernthaner and Dieter Schweizer and Burkhard Mayr and A. J. M. Matzke},
  journal={Chromosoma},
  year={1990},
  volume={99},
  pages={131-137}
}
To study whether specific DNA sequences are associated with nuclear membranes, residual DNA was extracted from DNase-treated nuclear envelopes prepared from erythrocytes of adult chickens (Gallus domesticus). This DNA was then blunt-end ligated into a bacterial plasmid vector. DNA blot analysis and nucleotide sequence determination revealed that approximately 30% of the cloned fragments consisted of different multiples of a 41–42 bp tandemly repeated, partially symmetrical sequence. In situ… CONTINUE READING
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