GFP tagging of budding yeast chromosomes reveals that protein–protein interactions can mediate sister chromatid cohesion

@article{Straight1996GFPTO,
  title={GFP tagging of budding yeast chromosomes reveals that protein–protein interactions can mediate sister chromatid cohesion},
  author={Aaron F Straight and Andrew S Belmont and Carmen C. Robinett and Andrew W. Murray},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={1996},
  volume={6},
  pages={1599-1608}
}
BACKGROUND Precise control of sister chromatid separation is essential for the accurate transmission of genetic information. Sister chromatids must remain linked to each other from the time of DNA replication until the onset of chromosome segregation, when the linkage must be promptly dissolved. Recent studies suggest that the machinery that is responsible for the destruction of mitotic cyclins also degrades proteins that play a role in maintaining sister chromatid linkage, and that this… CONTINUE READING
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