Drosophila virilis histone gene clusters lacking H1 coding segments

  title={Drosophila virilis histone gene clusters lacking H1 coding segments},
  author={Leslie L Domier and James J. Rivard and Linda M. Sabatini and M. Blumenfeld},
  journal={Journal of Molecular Evolution},
Approximately 30–40% ofDrosophila virilis DNA complementary to clonedDrosophila histone genes is reduced to 3.4-kilobase-pair (kbp) segments by Bgl I or Bgl II digestion. The core histone genes of a 3.4-kbp Bgl II segment cloned in the plasmid pDv3/3.4 have the same order as theD. melanogaster core histone genes in the plasmid cDm500: $$\overrightarrow {H2B} \overleftarrow {H3} \overrightarrow {H4} \overleftarrow {H2A} $$ . Nonetheless, pDv3/3.4 and cDm500 have different histone gene… CONTINUE READING


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