The chromatin architectural proteins HMGD1 and H1 bind reciprocally and have opposite effects on chromatin structure and gene regulation

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Chromatin architectural proteins interact with nucleosomes to modulate chromatin accessibility and higher-order chromatin structure. While these proteins are almost certainly important for gene regulation they have been studied far less than the core histone proteins. Here we describe the genomic distributions and functional roles of two chromatin… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-15-92

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@inproceedings{Nalabothula2014TheCA, title={The chromatin architectural proteins HMGD1 and H1 bind reciprocally and have opposite effects on chromatin structure and gene regulation}, author={Narasimharao Nalabothula and Graham P. McVicker and J Nicholas Maiorano and Rebecca C. Martin and Jonathan K. Pritchard and Yvonne Fondufe-Mittendorf}, booktitle={BMC Genomics}, year={2014} }