Long-Range Directional Movement of an Interphase Chromosome Site

@article{Chuang2006LongRangeDM,
  title={Long-Range Directional Movement of an Interphase Chromosome Site},
  author={Chien-Hui Chuang and Anne E Carpenter and Beata Fuchsov{\'a} and Terezina M Johnson and Primal de Lanerolle and Andrew S. Belmont},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={16},
  pages={825-831}
}

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