Gartenberg MR and Merkenschlager M (2008) Condensin goes with the family but not with the flow. Genome Biol 9(10):236
Abstract: ABSTRACT: Condensin and cohesin are loaded onto yeast chromosomes by a common mechanism at RNA polymerase III transcribed genes. Whereas cohesin translocates from these loading sites to mediate cohesion at secondary locations, condensin remains, bringing distant sites together into clusters.
|Status: Published||Type: Journal Article||PubMed ID: 18844972|
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