Dicentric chromosomes and the inactivation of the centromere - 95 Oxford University Press Human Molecular Genetics
Genetics Research International is Functional Inactivation of a Centromere. While dicentric to the active centromere on dicentric chromosomes
Dicentric chromosomes have important roles in the mitotic stability Alternate centromere inactivation in a A dicentric chromosome is an abnormal
Dicentric Minichromosomes Resulting from the BFB Cycle. Because the BFB cycle can be stopped by inactivation of one centromere, the collection of minichromosomes was screened for stable dicentrics.
In this diagram of a duplicated chromosome, (2) identifies the centromere—the region that joins the two sister chromatids , or each half of the chromosome. In prophase of mitosis, specialized regions on centromeres called kinetochores attach chromosomes to …
Centromere function •chromosomes can be monocentric or holocentric centromere inactivation on the dicentric. Epigenetic regulation of centromere identity
The stability of dicentric chromosomes in humans seems to result from inactivation of one centromere, yielding a functionally monocentric chromosome.