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  • noun Plural form of chromatin.

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Examples

  • In 1949, Canadian cytoembryologist Murray Barr discovered that the nuclei of cells from female humans contained distinctive structures called sex chromatins now commonly referred to as Barr bodies, while cells from males did not.

    Origins

  • Within the cell, a dozen or so components are shown and labeled—the nucleus, chromatins, cell membrane, ribosomes, and so on.

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  • Within the cell, a dozen or so components are shown and labeled—the nucleus, chromatins, cell membrane, ribosomes, and so on.

    THE HIDDEN FACE OF GOD

  • The chromatin is always in charge, watch out, yall, chromatins at large!

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  • When Weinmann and colleagues performed chromatin immunoprecipitation to clone the E2F-bound chromatins, Beclin 1 promoter was identified to be one of the promoters occupied by many E2F family members

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  • Song BS, Kim JS, Kang MJ, et al. (2006) Inheritable histone H4 acetylation of somatic chromatins in cloned embryos.

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  • Loose/open chromatins reside at the surface of CT and expand into the IC, whereas the dense/compact chromatins are buried in CT interior.

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  • The chromatin is always in charge, watch out, yall, chromatins at large!

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  • Early-replicating chromatins tend to locate at nuclear interior, whereas late-replicating chromatins locate at nuclear peripheral.

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  • It has been reported that chromosome features such as gene density, GC content, replication time, compactness and nuclear position are all correlated-open chromatins tend to locate at the nuclear interior, replicate early, and have higher gene density and GC content as opposite to close chromatins-although the causal relationship among them remains to be elucidated

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