Krig et al., "N-Myc regulates a widespread euchromatic
program in the human genome partially independent of its role as a classical transcription factor," Cancer Research, vol.
plana neuronal somata, histology, and ultrastructure revealed neurons with one euchromatic
round-to-oval nucleus with one salient nucleolus, and cytoplasm with the usual key organelles, standing out mitochondria; overall in line with the other bivalve species (Bullock & Horridge 1965, Odiete 1978, Stefano 1990, Morse & Zardus 1997).
The tramadol withdrawal for 1 week showed some enhancement as the adrenal cortex in group III showed ZG cells with euchromatic
nuclei of irregular outlines and peripheral clumps of heterochromatin, an apparent increase in lipid droplets, and mitochondria with intact cristae more or less as the control.
The C[Cl.sub.4]-treated group illustrated the entire damage of hepatocytes, destruction of normal euchromatic
nucleus, degeneration of central vein, fat accumulation, and foam cell formation.
Rauscher 3rd, "SETDB1: a novel KAP-1-associated histone H3, lysine 9-specific methyltransferase that contributes to HP1-mediated silencing of euchromatic
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Non-telomeric sites as evidence of chromosomal rearrangement and repetitive (TTAGGG) arrays in heterochromatic and euchromatic
regions in four species of Akodon (Rodentia, Muridae).
Although ATM is typically a central regulator of cellular responses to DNA double-strand breaks, it is dispensable for repair of euchromatic
breaks (Goodarzi et al.
However, variations in the euchromatic
regions cannot be disregarded.
The tomato genome sequence, published a year later than the potato sequence, confirmed remarkable synteny with the potato genome (8.7 % sequence divergence between homologous euchromatic
regions) with nine large and several smaller inversions (The Tomato Genome Consortium, 2012), providing evolutionary data relating to these two sister clades.
Control rats showed normal epithelial cells with regularly arranged columnar cells and large rounded euchromatic
In these sections for each of these nuclei, the neurons, identified by the euchromatic
nucleus having one or two nucleoli and Nissl substance in the cell body, were drawn on a translucent paper with the help of a camera lucida drawing tube using a 100x objective.
This species has been preferred as a model organism for legume biology because it has a small diploid (2n = 16) genome (500-550 Mbp total and200-250 Mbp to be sequenced in gene-rich euchromatic
regions), is self-fertile, has a rapid generation time and prolific seed production, and is amenable to genetictransformation (Erayman et al., 2014; Young et al., 2005;Barker et al., 1990; Chabaud et al., 2003; AraAjo et al.,2004; Crane et al., 2006).However, there are not adequate number of microsatellites available for Onobrychis.