A novel nonhistone protein (MENT) promotes nuclear collapse at the terminal stage of avian erythropoiesis.


The terminal stage of differentiation of nucleated chicken erythrocytes is associated with an overall gene repression and a condensation of the repressed chromatin portion. Two-dimensional DNP electrophoresis has been used to separate transcriptionally active and repressed chromatin of mature chicken erythrocytes. The repressed chromatin fraction is shown… (More)


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