C2H2 zinc finger-SET histone methyltransferase is a plant-specific chromatin modifier.

@article{Krichevsky2007C2H2ZF,
  title={C2H2 zinc finger-SET histone methyltransferase is a plant-specific chromatin modifier.},
  author={Alexander Krichevsky and Helen Gutgarts and Stanislav V Kozlovsky and Tzvi Tzfira and Ann Sutton and Rolf Sternglanz and Gail Mandel and Vitaly Citovsky},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={303 1},
  pages={259-69}
}
Histone modification represents a universal mechanism for regulation of eukaryotic gene expression underlying diverse biological processes from neuronal gene expression in mammals to control of flowering in plants. In animal cells, these chromatin modifications are effected by well-defined multiprotein complexes containing specific histone-modifying activities. In plants, information about the composition of such co-repressor complexes is just beginning to emerge. Here, we report that two… CONTINUE READING

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