Falbo KB and Shen X (2010) The tango of histone marks and chaperones at replication fork. Mol Cell 37(5):595-6
Abstract: Nucleosomes are disassembled during DNA replication. How histone modifications and histone chaperones collaborate to reassemble nucleosomes on replicated DNA is explored by Jasencakova et al. (2010) and Burgess et al. (2010) in this and a recent issue of Molecular Cell, respectively.CI - (c) 2010 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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