To the 30-nm chromatin fiber and beyond.

@article{Adkins2004ToT3,
  title={To the 30-nm chromatin fiber and beyond.},
  author={Nicholas L. Adkins and Meagan Watts and Philippe T. Georgel},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2004},
  volume={1677 1-3},
  pages={12-23}
}
Chromatin fibers are intrinsically dynamic macromolecular complexes whose biological functions are intimately linked with their structure and interactions with chromatin-associated proteins (CAPs). Three-dimensional architectural transitions between or within the two co-existing chromatin types referred to as euchromatin and heterochromatin have been associated with activation or repression of nuclear functions. The presence of specific subsets of chromosomal proteins co-existing with the… CONTINUE READING

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