Origins of Heterochromatic Repatterning in White-Footed Mice, Peromyscus leucopus
The heterochromatic chromosome caps in great apes impact telomere metabolism
Colonization of Heterochromatic Genes by Transposable Elements in Drosophila
Buried territories: heterochromatic response to DNA double-strand breaks
Behaviour of human heterochromatic regions during the synapsis of homologous chromosomes
Sumoylation of Drosophila SU(VAR)3-7 is required for its heterochromatic function
Heterochromatic silencing of Drosophila heat shock genes acts at the level of promoter potentiation
H3K23me2 is a new heterochromatic mark in Caenorhabditis elegans
Molecular Evolution of Two Paralogous Tandemly Repeated Heterochromatic Gene Clusters Linked to the X and Y Chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster
Endogenously induced DNA double strand breaks arise in heterochromatic DNA regions and require ataxia telangiectasia mutated and Artemis for their repair
Distinctive patterns of histone H4 acetylation are associated with defined sequence elements within both heterochromatic and euchromatic regions of the human genome
Radiation-induced chromosome aberrations in human euchromatic (17cen-p53) and heterochromatic (1cen-1q12) regions
Non-specific interactions are sufficient to explain the position of heterochromatic chromocenters and nucleoli in interphase nuclei
Histone variant H3.3 provides the heterochromatic H3 lysine 9 tri-methylation mark at telomeres
The clastogenic response of the 1q12 heterochromatic region to DNA cross-linking agents is independent of the Fanconi anaemia pathway
Interhaplotypic heterogeneity and heterochromatic features may contribute to recombination suppression at the S locus in apple (Malus×domestica)
Embryogenic Response and Mitotic Instability in Callus Cultures Derived from Maize Inbred Lines Differing in Heterochromatic Knob Content of Chromosomes
The highly expressed methionine synthase gene of Neurospora crassa is positively regulated by its proximal heterochromatic region
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1 relating to or possessing more than one colour; relating to light or other electromagnetic radiation of more than one frequency. Compare monochromatic.
2 of, relating to, or possessing heterochromatin.
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