Assembly of the nucleolar precursor bodies in human male pronuclei is correlated with an early RNA synthetic activity.

@article{Tesarik1990AssemblyOT,
  title={Assembly of the nucleolar precursor bodies in human male pronuclei is correlated with an early RNA synthetic activity.},
  author={Jan Tesarik and V{\'a}clay Kope{\vc}ny},
  journal={Experimental cell research},
  year={1990},
  volume={191 1},
  pages={153-6}
}
The nucleolar precursor bodies (NPBs) are electrondense, homogeneous, and finely filamentous intranuclear structures occurring in mammalian zygotes during the early postfertilization development and subsequently transforming into nucleoli. In this study we addressed the question if the assembly of the NPBs is correlated with adenosine incorporation into the pro-nuclear chromatin, an event previously reported to precede the beginning of the pronuclear DNA synthetic phase and suggested to reflect… CONTINUE READING

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