Observations on the origin and significance of the nuclear envelope-limited monolayers of chromatin unit threads associated with the cell nucleus.

@article{Haynes1973ObservationsOT,
  title={Observations on the origin and significance of the nuclear envelope-limited monolayers of chromatin unit threads associated with the cell nucleus.},
  author={Marion E. Haynes and Howard G. Davies},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={1973},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={139-71}
}
Monolayers of chromatin structural units about 33-0 nm in width enclosed on both sides by extensions of the nuclear envelope, called sheets, and located either in the cytoplasm (c-n-c type), or within the nucleus (c • • n • • n type), are common in cultured cells of Burkitt's lymphoma. The sheets are absent from mitotic cells except at telophase where, unlike interphase, type c-n-n is more numerous than c-n-c. The degree of nuclear asymmetry is defined in terms of the increase in enclosing… CONTINUE READING

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