Zebrafish: chiasmata and interference
Moens, Peter B
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
Thr11 phosphorylated H3 is associated with centromere DNA during mitosis in MCF-7 cells
Huang, Xitai; Song, Liping; Chen, Jiatong et al.
The role of centromere-binding factor 3 (CBF3) in spindle stability, cytokinesis, and kinetochore attachment
Bouck, David; Bloom, Kerry
The perichromosomal layer
Hooser, Aaron; Heald, Rebecca; Yuh, Patrick
The localization of ribosomal DNA in Sciaridae (Diptera: Nematocera) reassessed
Gorab, Eduardo; Madalena, Christiane; Amabis, José et al.
The initiation of homologous chromosome synapsis in mouse fetal oocytes is not directly driven by centromere and telomere clustering in the bouquet
Hultén, M.A.; Tease, C.; Tankimanova, M.
The cenH3 histone variant defines centromeres in Giardia intestinalis
Sagolla, M.; Dawson, S.; Cande, W.
The Suv39h–HP1 histone methylation pathway is dispensable for enrichment and protection of cohesin at centromeres in mammalian cells
Kueng, Stephanie; Ruckenbauer, Christine; Koch, Birgit et al.
Studies of meiosis disclose distinct roles of cohesion in the core centromere and pericentromeric regions
Watanabe, Yoshinori; Sakuno, Takeshi
Structure and dynamics of retrotransposons at wheat centromeres and pericentromeres
Jin, Weiwei; Kong, Xiuying; Li, Dayong et al.
Stem-loop structures of the repetitive DNA sequences located at human centromeres
Gupta, G.; Garcia, A. E.; Ratliff, R. et al.
Stability of Repeated Sequence Clusters in Hybrids of Maize as Revealed by FISH
Gao, Zhi; Albert, Patrice; Birchler, James
Spatial genome organization during T-cell differentiation
Kim, S.H.; Parada, L.A.; Lichtman, M.K. et al.
Sites of strong Rec12/Spo11 binding in the fission yeast genome are associated with meiotic recombination and with centromeres
Ludin, Katja; Kohli, Jürg; Lehmann, Elisabeth et al.
Shugoshin regulates cohesion by driving relocalization of PP2A in Xenopus extracts
Rivera, Teresa; Losada, Ana
Robertsonian translocations in wheat arise by centric misdivision of univalents at anaphase I and rejoining of broken centromeres during interkinesis of meiosis II
Linc, G.; Gill, B.S.; Zhang, P. et al.
Rice as a model for centromere and heterochromatin research
Yan, Huihuang; Jiang, Jiming
Replication of centromeric heterochromatin in mouse fibroblasts takes place in early, middle, and late S phase
Hemmerich, Peter; Cardoso, M.; Weidtkamp-Peters, Stefanie et al.
Replication of UV-lesions in yeast centromeres
Repetitive sequence-derived markers tag centromeres and telomeres and provide insights into chromosome evolution in Brassica napus
Alix, Karine; Jenczewski, Eric; Pouilly, Nicolas et al.
Relationship of mRNA expressions of RanBP2 and topoisomerase II isoforms to cytotoxicity of amrubicin in human lung cancer cell lines
Hida, Toyoaki; Shimizu, Junichi; Osada, Hirotaka et al.
Random homologous pairing and incomplete sister chromatid alignment are common in angiosperm interphase nuclei
Marschner, Sylvia; Meister, Armin; Berr, Alexandre et al.
Production and identification of wheat - Agropyron cristatum (1·4P) alien translocation lines
Liu, Wei-Hua; Luan, Yang; Wang, Jing-Chang et al.
Positioning of chromosome 15, 18, X and Y centromeres in sperm cells of fertile individuals and infertile patients with increased level of aneuploidy
Wiland, Ewa; Olszewska, Marta; Kurpisz, Maciej
Plc1p is required for proper chromatin structure and activity of the kinetochore inSaccharomyces cerevisiae by facilitating recruitment of the RSC complex
Vancura, Ales; Guha, Nilanjan; Galdieri, Luciano et al.
Phylogeny of Horse Chromosome 5q in the Genus Equus and Centromere Repositioning
Piras; Nergadze; Poletto et al.
Perturbation of Incenp function impedes anaphase chromatid movements and chromosomal passenger protein flux at centromeres
Kukkonen, Anu; Kallio, Marko; Pouwels, Jeroen et al.
Persistence of DNA threads in human anaphase cells suggests late completion of sister chromatid decatenation
Wang, Lily; Nigg, Erich; Schwarzbraun, Thomas et al.
On the positions of centromeres in chicken lampbrush chromosomes
Galkina, Svetlana; Kurganova, Anna; Gaginskaya, Elena et al.
Nucleotide excision repair and photolyase repair of UV photoproducts in nucleosomes: assessing the existence of nucleosome and non-nucleosome rDNA chromatin in vivo
Tremblay, Maxime; Toussaint, Martin; DAmours, Annie et al.
Nuclear architecture of resting and LPS-stimulated porcine neutrophils by 3D FISH
Delcros, Chantal; Robelin, David; Iannuccelli, Eddie et al.
New insights into the karyotypic evolution in muroid rodents revealed by multicolor banding applying murine probes
Romanenko, Svetlana; Graphodatsky, Alexander; Liehr, Thomas et al.
Nested Ty3- gypsy retrotransposons of a single Beta procumbens centromere contain a putative chromodomain
Schmidt, Thomas; Weber, Beatrice
Neocentrics and Holokinetics (Holocentrics): Chromosomes out of the Centromeric Rules
Guerra; Cabral; Cuacos et al.
Molecular architecture of classical cytological landmarks: Centromeres and telomeres
Meyne, J.; Department of Energy, Washington, DC
Molecular analysis of holocentric centromeres of Luzula species
Haizel, T.; Leitch, A.R.; Lim, Y.K. et al.
Mitotic phosphorylation of SUV39H1, a novel component of active centromeres, coincides with transient accumulation at mammalian centromeres
Aagaard, L.; Schmid, M.; Warburton, P. et al.
Microsatellite-centromere distances and microsatellite diversity in different ploidy classes of Chinese shrimp ( Fenneropenaeus Chinensis )
Yu, Kuijie; Wang, Hongxia; Zhang, Chengsong et al.
Microsatellite marker analysis of an anther-derived potato family: skewed segregation and gene-centromere mapping
Chani, Eduard; Ashkenazi, Varda; Veilleux, Richard E et al.
Karyotype analysis in Hyacinthella dalmatica (Hyacinthaceae) reveals vertebrate-type telomere repeats at the chromosome ends
Kamenjarin, Juraj; Trinajstic, Ivo; Pedrosa-Harand, Andrea et al.
Isolation, characterization, and analysis of Leymus-specific DNA sequences
Anamthawat-Jónsson, Kesara; Bödvarsdóttir, Sigridur Klara
Interindividual differences and alterations in the topology of chromosomes in human sperm nuclei of fertile donors and carriers of reciprocal translocations
Żegało, Marta; Kurpisz, Maciej; Wiland, Ewa
Integrated karyotyping of sorghum by in situ hybridization of landed BACs
Childs, Kevin L; Mullet, John E; Stelly, David M et al.
Identification of wheat-barley translocations by sequential GISH and two-colour FISH in combination with the use of genetically mapped barley SSR markers
Nagy, E D; Láng, L; Linc, G et al.
Identification of Bilby, a diverged centromeric Ty1 -copia retrotransposon family from cereal rye ( Secale cereale L.)
Francki, Michael G
Histone modifications associated with both A and B chromosomes of maize
Lamb, Jonathan; Jin, Weiwei; Jiang, Jiming et al.
Histone lysine methylation patterns in human cell types are arranged in distinct three-dimensional nuclear zones
Walter, Joachim; Cremer, Thomas; Zinner, Roman et al.
Higher Organization and Histone Modification of the Plant Nucleus and Chromosome
Haspin: a newly discovered regulator of mitotic chromosome behavior
Generating of rice OsCENH3-GFP transgenic plants and their genetic applications
Gu, MingHong; Gong, ZhiYun; Wang, Xin et al.
Functional centromeres in soybean include two distinct tandem repeats and a retrotransposon
Tek, Ahmet; Nagaki, Kiyotaka; Murata, Minoru et al.
First Case of a Neocentromere Formation in an Otherwise Normal Chromosome 7
Liehr; Kosyakova; Weise et al.
FISH mapping and molecular organization of the major repetitive sequences of tomato
Meznikova, Marie; Vugt, Joke; Szinay, Dóra et al.
FIDEL—a retrovirus-like retrotransposon and its distinct evolutionary histories in the A- and B-genome components of cultivated peanut
Arrial, Roberto; Campos-Fonseca, Fernando; Nielen, Stephan et al.
Evolution by polyploidy in Amphibia: new insights
Beçak, M.L.; Beçak, W.
Euchromatic and heterochromatic domains at Drosophila telomeres
Prasad, Sudha; Walter, Marika F; Biessmann, Harald et al.
Epigenetic specification of centromeres
Effect of colchicine and telocentric chromosome conformation on centromere and telomere dynamics at meiotic prophase I in wheat–rye additions
Corredor, Eduardo; Naranjo, Tomás
Effect of 5-azacytidine and trichostatin A on somatic centromere association in wheat
Vorontsova, Maria; Shaw, Peter; Reader, Steve et al.
Dynamics of Functional Heterochromatic Domains in the Plant Interphase Nucleus
Delgado; Frescatada; Ribeiro-Varandas et al.
Diversity of centromeric repeats in two closely related wild rice species, Oryza officinalis and Oryza rhizomatis
Han, Bin; Zhang, Yu; Yang, Qiuying et al.
Divergence in centromere structure distinguishes related genomes in Coix lacryma-jobi and its wild relative
Liu, Jinhua; Song, Rentao; Liu, Zhao et al.
Distinct chromosomal distributions of highly repetitive sequences in maize
Meyer, Julie; Kato, Akio; Corcoran, Blake et al.
Displacement and re-accumulation of centromeric cohesin during transient pre-anaphase centromere splitting
Ocampo-Hafalla, Maria; Uhlmann, Frank; Shirahige, Katsuhiko et al.
Diffuse Centromere and Chromosome Polymorphism in Haplogyne Spiders of the Families Dysderidae and Segestriidae
Diaz; Maynard; Brum-Zorrilla
Different chromosomal distribution patterns of radiation-induced interchange breakpoints in barley: First post-treatment mitosis versus viable offspring
Künzel, G; Gecheff, K I; Schubert, I
DNA degradation during maturation of erythrocytes – molecular cytogenetic characterization of Howell-Jolly bodies
Felka; Lemke; Lemke et al.
Construction of chromosomal recombination maps of three genomes of lilies (Lilium) based on GISH analysis
Khan, Nadeem; Barba-Gonzalez, Rodrigo; Ramanna, M. S. et al.
Complex genomic organization of Indian muntjac centromeric DNA
Lin, Chyi-Chyang; Li, Yueh-Chun; Hsieh, Lie-Jiau et al.
Chromosome organization in wheat endosperm and embryo
Shaw, P.J.; Wegel, E.
Chromosome Dynamics in Meiotic Prophase I in Plants
Chromosome Centromeres: Structural and Analytical Investigations with High Resolution Scanning Electron Microscopy in Combination with Focused Ion Beam Milling
Chiasma Frequency Is Region Specific and Chromosome Conformation Dependent in a Rye Chromosome Added to Wheat
Naranjo; Valenzuela; Perera
Characterization of two families of tandem repeated DNA sequences in Potamogeton pectinatus L.
Ceccarelli, Marilena; Sarri, Vania; Minelli, Stefania et al.
Characterization of the two centromeric proteins CENP-C and MIS12 in Nicotiana species
Murata, Minoru; Kashihara, Kazunari; Nagaki, Kiyotaka
Characterisation of Zygosaccharomyces rouxii centromeres and construction of first Z. rouxii centromeric vectors
Sychrova, Hana; Montigny, Jacky; Pribylova, Lenka et al.
Centromeric retrotransposon lineages predate the maize/rice divergence and differ in abundance and activity
Presting, Gernot; Sharma, Anupma
Centromeres: proteins, protein complexes, and repeated domains at centromeres of simple eukaryotes
Centromeres: long intergenic spaces with adaptive features
Dawe, R.; Kanizay, Lisa
Centromere-specific repetitive sequences from Torenia, a model plant for interspecific fertilization, and whole-mount FISH of its interspecific hybrid embryos
Kishii, M.; Shimizu, M.; Tsujimoto, H. et al.
Centromere targeting of alien CENH3s in Arabidopsis and tobacco cells
Wakimoto, Munenori; Kashihara, Kazunari; Nagaki, Kiyotaka et al.
Centromere specific acetylation of histone H4 in barley detected through three dimensional microscopy
Belyaev, Nikolai D.; Houben, Andreas; Wako, Toshiyuki et al.
Centromere size and position in Candida albicans are evolutionarily conserved independent of DNA sequence heterogeneity
Carbon, John; Mishra, Prashant; Baum, Mary
Calpain 2 is required for sister chromatid cohesion
Marcilhac, Anne; Benyamin, Yves; Magnaghi-Jaulin, Laura et al.
CENH3 interacts with the centromeric retrotransposon cereba and GC-rich satellites and locates to centromeric substructures in barley
Houben, Andreas; Wanner, Gerhard; Nasuda, Shuhei et al.
Behavior of Centromeres in Univalents and Centric Misdivision in Wheat
Asynchronous replication of homologous α-satellite DNA loci in man is associated with nondisjunction
Dotan, A.; Litmanovitch, T.; Avivi, L. et al.
Are rice chromosomes components of a holocentric chromosome ancestor?
Roberts, Michael; Reader, Steve; Miller, Terry et al.
An asymptotic determination of minimum centromere size for the maize B chromosome
Birchler, J.A.; Phelps-Durr, T.L.
Abiotic Stress and Induced DNA Hypomethylation Cause Interphase Chromatin Structural Changes in Rice rDNA Loci
Santos; Ferreira; Maroco et al.
A tale of two centromeres—diversity of structure but conservation of function in plants and animals
Han, Fangpu; Birchler, James; Gao, Zhi
A satellite-like sequence, representing a “clone gap” in the human genome, was likely involved in the seeding of a novel centromere in macaque
Vessere, Gery; Misceo, Doriana; D’addabbo, Pietro et al.
A paradox revealed: karyotype evolution in the four-horned antelope occurs by tandem fusion (Mammalia, Bovidae, Tetracerus quadricornis )
Hassanin, Alexandre; Cernohorska, Halina; Robinson, Terence et al.
A new class of retroviral and satellite encoded small RNAs emanates from mammalian centromeres
Bulazel, Kira; Carone, Dawn; Longo, Mark et al.
A microsatellite sequence from the rice blast fungus ( Magnaporthe grisea) distinguishes between the centromeres of Hordeum vulgare and H. bulbosum in hybrid plants
Park, N -I; Ho, K; Fedak, G et al.
A direct repeat sequence associated with the centromeric retrotransposons in wheat
Nasuda, Shuhei; Endo, Takashi R; Ito, Hidetaka
A comparative analysis of chromosomal aberrations in cultured human lymphocytes due to fluoroquinolone drugs at different expression periods
Anupama, M.; Murthy, P.; Seiler, J.
A centromeric DNA sequence colocalized with a centromere-specific histone H3 in tobacco
Kashihara, Kazunari; Murata, Minoru; Nagaki, Kiyotaka
A centromere-specific retroviral element associated with breaks of synteny in macropodine marsupials
Rens, W.; Marzelli, M.; Ferreri, G.C. et al.
A Highly Conserved Pericentromeric Domain in Human and Gorilla Chromosomes
Pita; Gosálvez; Gosálvez et al.
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