Henderson KA and Keeney S (2005) Synaptonemal complex formation: where does it start? Bioessays 27(10):995-8
Abstract: The synaptonemal complex is a prominent, evolutionarily conserved feature of meiotic prophase. The assembly of this structure is closely linked to meiotic recombination. A recent study in budding yeast reveals an unexpected role in centromere pairing for a protein component of the synaptonemal complex, Zip1.1 These findings have implications for synaptonemal complex formation. BioEssays 27:995-998, 2005. (c) 2005 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
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