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Developmental changes in chromatin organization in rat cerebral hemisphere neurons and analysis of DNA reassociation kinetics

Neurochemical Research

May 1, 1982

P GreenwoodI Brown

PMID: 7121711

Abstract

Previous reports have demonstrated that neuronal nuclei of rabbit, mouse and rat cerebral hemispheres exhibit a short DNA repeat length of 160 bp compared to the more typical repeat size of 200 bp found in glial nuclei and other cell types of higher eukaryotes. In this study we report t...read more

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Nucleic Acid Renaturation
August Rats
Neurons
Brain
Entire Cerebral Hemisphere
Neuroglia
Kidney
Cell Nucleus
Gene Amplification Technique
Cortical Cell Layer of the Cerebral Cortex
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Developmental changes in chromatin organization in rat cerebral hemisphere neurons and analysis of DNA reassociation kinetics

Neurochemical Research

May 1, 1982

P GreenwoodI Brown

PMID: 7121711

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Abstract

Previous reports have demonstrated that neuronal nuclei of rabbit, mouse and rat cerebral hemispheres exhibit a short DNA repeat length of 160 bp compared to the more typical repeat size of 200 bp found in glial nuclei and other cell types of higher eukaryotes. In this study we report t...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Nucleic Acid Renaturation
August Rats
Neurons
Brain
Entire Cerebral Hemisphere
Neuroglia
Kidney
Cell Nucleus
Gene Amplification Technique
Cortical Cell Layer of the Cerebral Cortex

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