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Infrared nanospectroscopic mapping of a single metaphase chromosome

Nucleic Acids Research

Sep 29, 2019

Ewelina LipiecWojciech M Kwiatek

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The integrity of the chromatin structure is essential to every process occurring within eukaryotic nuclei. However, there are no reliable tools to decipher the molecular composition of metaphase chromosomes. Here, we have applied infrared nanospectroscopy (AFM-IR) to demonstrate molecul...read more

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HOOC-CH2-Cha-Pro-Arg-(CH2-O-CH2-CF3)
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Infrared nanospectroscopic mapping of a single metaphase chromosome

Nucleic Acids Research

Sep 29, 2019

Ewelina LipiecWojciech M Kwiatek

PMID: 31562528

DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkz630

Abstract

The integrity of the chromatin structure is essential to every process occurring within eukaryotic nuclei. However, there are no reliable tools to decipher the molecular composition of metaphase chromosomes. Here, we have applied infrared nanospectroscopy (AFM-IR) to demonstrate molecul...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Antineoplastic Agents
Genome
Interphase
DNA Methylation
HOOC-CH2-Cha-Pro-Arg-(CH2-O-CH2-CF3)
Metaphase
Cell Nucleus
Gene Expression
Microscopy, Atomic Force
Site
2
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