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  • n. A loosening of the texture of chromatin


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  • Movies are flagged if mitosis is not natural, and the researchers even group the films by similar mishaps including cell death, nuclei location, and decondensation failures, among others.

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  • One such test is the sperm DNA decondensation test.

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  • Alexandrow MG, Hamlin JL (2005) Chromatin decondensation in S-phase involves recruitment of Cdk2 by Cdc45 and histone H1 phosphorylation.

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  • Consistent with this hypothesis, Bayes found that Odysseus proteins localize to heterochromatic DNA found next to centromeres and on gene-poor chromosomes, which leads to their decondensation.


  • A) Putative decondensation of centromeric chromatin resulting from the loss of condensin and CENPA.

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