Chapter 5. Nuclear actin-related proteins in epigenetic control.

@article{Meagher2009Chapter5N,
  title={Chapter 5. Nuclear actin-related proteins in epigenetic control.},
  author={Richard B. Meagher and Muthugapatti K. Kandasamy and Elizabeth C McKinney and Eileen Roy},
  journal={International review of cell and molecular biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={277},
  pages={
          157-215
        }
}
The nuclear actin-related proteins (ARPs) share overall structure and low-level sequence homology with conventional actin. They are indispensable subunits of macromolecular machines that control chromatin remodeling and modification leading to dynamic changes in DNA structure, transcription, and DNA repair. Cellular, genetic, and biochemical studies suggest that the nuclear ARPs are essential to the epigenetic control of the cell cycle and cell proliferation in all eukaryotes, while in plants… CONTINUE READING

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