Gascoigne KE and Cheeseman IM (2012) T time for point centromeres. Nat Cell Biol 14(6):559-61
Abstract: The diverse nature of eukaryotic centromere structure has led to a prevailing view that the kinetochore-chromatin interface is fundamentally different in distinct species. Two studies now challenge this dogma with the identification of budding yeast homologues of the vertebrate centromere DNA-binding proteins CENP-T and CENP-W.FAU - Gascoigne, Karen.
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