Ring chromosomes : vicious circles at the end and beginning of life

@inproceedings{Gisselsson2006RingC,
  title={Ring chromosomes : vicious circles at the end and beginning of life},
  author={David Gisselsson},
  year={2006}
}
Chromosomes are often regarded merely as static containers for genetic information. However, it is now becoming increasingly clear that chromosomes are highly dynamic structures with a tightly regulated organisation. Chromatin conformation is known to play an important role for the regulation of gene expression and untranscribed chromosomal elements have been shown to have crucial functions in the cellular life cycle. For instance, the centromeric repeat sequences provide anchor-points for the… CONTINUE READING

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Ring chromosomes: vicious circles at the end and beginning of life

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