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chromosome condensation


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chromosome condensation

chromosome condensation

Chromosome or chromatin condensation leads to meiosis or apoptosis in stationary yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) cells

Fertilization and early embryology: Premature chromosome condensation of the sperm nucleus after intracytoplasmic sperm injection

The involvement of chromatin condensation in camptothecin-induced chromosome breaks in G0 human lymphocytes

Mouse spermatid nuclei can support full term development after premature chromosome condensation within mature oocytes

Biodosimetry estimation using the ratio of the longest:shortest length in the premature chromosome condensation (PCC) method applying autocapture and automatic image analysis

Isolation and characterization of a novel DNA methyltransferase complex linking DNMT3B with components of the mitotic chromosome condensation machinery

Conversion of DNA damage into chromosome damage in response to cell cycle regulation of chromatin condensation after irradiation

Fission yeast Hrp1, a chromodomain ATPase, is required for proper chromosome segregation and its overexpression interferes with chromatin condensation

Detection of DNA primary damage by premature chromosome condensation in human peripheral blood lymphocytes treated with methyl methanesulfonate

High rate of premature chromosome condensation in human oocytes following microinjection with round-headed sperm: Case report

A novel parameter, cell-cycle progression index, for radiation dose absorbed estimation in the premature chromosome condensation assay

The Utility of Lymphocyte Premature Chromosome Condensation Analysis for Biological Dosimetry Following Accidental Overexposure to Ionising Radiation

Premature chromosome condensation associated with fluorescence in situ hybridisation detects cytogenic abnormalities after a CT scan: Evaluation of the low-dose effect

 

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The process whereby eukaryotic chromosomes become shorter and thicker during prophase as a consequence of coiling and supercoiling of chromatic strands. See Chronology, 1970, Johnson and Rao; nucleosome, solenoid structure.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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