Developmental and hormonal regulation of protein H1 degrees in rodents.

@article{Gjerset1982DevelopmentalAH,
  title={Developmental and hormonal regulation of protein H1 degrees in rodents.},
  author={Ruth A. Gjerset and Carolyn Gorka and Suzanne Hasthorpe and James J. Lawrence and H Eisen},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={1982},
  volume={79 7},
  pages={
          2333-7
        }
}
The tissue and cellular distribution and regulation of the chromatin protein H1 degrees has been examined in developing and adult mouse and in rat. The protein appears in specific cell types of solid tissues only when the cells have terminated their maturation. This was found for brain, retina, striated and cardiac muscle, and liver. In tissues that depend on hormones for their function and maintenance, the expression of H1 degrees is dependent on the continued presence of the specific… CONTINUE READING

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