The DNase I sensitivity of Xenopus laevis genes transcribed by RNA polymerase III

@article{Coveney1982TheDI,
  title={The DNase I sensitivity of Xenopus laevis genes transcribed by RNA polymerase III},
  author={James Coveney and Hugh R. Woodland},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1982},
  volume={298},
  pages={578-580}
}
Since the initial discovery that the DNase I sensitivity of the globin genes in different cell types correlates with globin gene expression1, this relationship has been shown to hold true for a variety of genes, including the genes for ovalbumin2, conalbumin3, α- and β-globin in chicken4,5, several heat-shock proteins in Drosophila6,7, the r-chromatin of Tetrahymena8 and the viral polyoma minichromosome9. Although genes transcribed by RNA polymerases I and II have been studied extensively, the… CONTINUE READING

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