Chromatin remodelling and actin organisation

@article{Farrants2008ChromatinRA,
  title={Chromatin remodelling and actin organisation},
  author={A. {\"O}. Farrants},
  journal={FEBS Letters},
  year={2008},
  volume={582}
}
Chromatin remodelling is a prerequisite for nuclear processes, and cells have several different ways of remodelling the chromatin structure. The ATP‐dependent chromatin remodelling complexes are large multiprotein complexes that use ATP to change DNA–histone contacts. These complexes are classified into 4 sub‐families depending on the central ATPase. The switch mating type/sucrose non‐fermenting (SWI/SNF) complexes are mainly involved in transcriptional regulation, and this means that they are… Expand
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