The histone H1 complements of dividing and nondividing cells of the mouse.

@article{Lennox1983TheHH,
  title={The histone H1 complements of dividing and nondividing cells of the mouse.},
  author={R W Lennox and Loren H. Cohen},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1983},
  volume={258 1},
  pages={262-8}
}
In liver, kidney, and lung of the mouse, two of the major H1 subtypes present at 1 week after birth, H1a and H1b, decline to nearly undetectable levels by 8-16 weeks, and a third subtype, H1d, also diminishes. The amounts of two other H1 subtypes, H1e and H1 degrees, increase markedly and that of another, H1c, also increases. The disappearance of H1a is almost complete by the age of 4 weeks, whereas the decline in H1b occurs largely between 4 and 16 weeks, when most cells are nondividing. A… CONTINUE READING

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