Mouse Chromocenters Contain Associated Telomeric DNA and Telomerase Activity

Abstract

Chromosomes of eukaryotic organisms contain a number of regions that, at all stages of the cell cycle, remain condensed, forming the so-called constitutive heterochromatin [1]. These regions are characterized by a low transcription level, resistance to nucleases, late replication in the S phase, and ability for association with one another. The involvement… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1015362512672

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