Non-random chromosome positioning in mammalian sperm nuclei, with migration of the sex chromosomes during late spermatogenesis.

@article{Foster2005NonrandomCP,
  title={Non-random chromosome positioning in mammalian sperm nuclei, with migration of the sex chromosomes during late spermatogenesis.},
  author={Helen A. Foster and Lalantha R. Abeydeera and Darren K. Griffin and Joanna M Bridger},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={2005},
  volume={118 Pt 9},
  pages={
          1811-20
        }
}
Chromosomes are highly organized and compartmentalized in cell nuclei. The analysis of their position is a powerful way to monitor genome organization in different cell types and states. Evidence suggests that the organization of the genome could be functionally important for influencing different cellular and developmental processes, particularly at early stages of development (i.e. fertilization and the consequent entry of the sperm nucleus into the egg). The position of chromosomes in the… CONTINUE READING

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