Histone acetylation in differentiating chick myoblast cultures.

@article{Liew1980HistoneAI,
  title={Histone acetylation in differentiating chick myoblast cultures.},
  author={Choong Chin Liew and N thi M{\^a}n and Glenn E. Morris},
  journal={Cell biology international reports},
  year={1980},
  volume={4 7},
  pages={711-6}
}
Histone acetyltransferase activity in cell extracts from chick myoblast cultures increases up to 24h of cell culture and then decreases steadily to about 30-40% of the 24h value after 6 to 7 days. The decrease in specific activity is independent of the initial cell density. Histone acetylation in intact cells has also been studied by tritiated-acetate… CONTINUE READING