The Impact of Gene Function on Nucleosome Positioning in the Absence of ISW2

作者: 胡 焕 , 丰继华 , 魏恨恨 , 周晓雯 , 李泽华 :云南民族大学电气信息工程学院,云南 昆明;

关键词: 核小体定位基因功能(GO)ISW2野生型富营养培养Nucleosome Positioning Gene Ontology ISW2 WT YPD


Abstract: To study the impact of chromatin remodeling factor on nucleosome positioning and the function of gene in the formation of nucleosomes in the absence of ISW2, this paper compares and analyzes the data on the proportion of nucleosomes in three kinds of yeasts, which are cultured without ISW2, WT or in YPD. The study finds that in the absence of ISW2 the nuclesomes are far from TSS and that 11 genes impose noticeable impact on nuclesome positioning.

文章引用: 胡 焕 , 丰继华 , 魏恨恨 , 周晓雯 , 李泽华 (2015) ISW2缺失下基因功能对核小体定位影响的研究。 生物物理学, 3, 67-76. doi: 10.12677/BIPHY.2015.34007


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