Chromatin position in human HepG2 cells: Although being non-random, significantly changed in daughter cells

@inproceedings{Cvakov2009ChromatinPI,
  title={Chromatin position in human HepG2 cells: Although being non-random, significantly changed in daughter cells},
  author={Zuzana Cva{\vc}kov{\'a} and Martin Ma{\vs}ata and David Staněk and Helena Fidlerov{\'a} and Ivan Raska},
  booktitle={Journal of structural biology},
  year={2009}
}
Mammalian chromosomes occupy chromosome territories within nuclear space the positions of which are generally accepted as non-random. However, it is still controversial whether position of chromosome territories/chromatin is maintained in daughter cells. We addressed this issue and investigated maintenance of various chromatin regions of unknown composition as well as nucleolus-associated chromatin, a significant part of which is composed of nucleolus organizer region-bearing chromosomes. The… CONTINUE READING

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