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Spatial arrangement of the animal male germ cell genome: III. A new experimental evidences in support of the Megarosette-loop model of spatial organization of chromosomes in Drosophila sperm genome
(İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi, 2008)
The data on the non-random pattern of induction of the black (b) inversions in autosome 2 after action of γ-rays of 60Co or 0.85 MeV fission neutrons on Drosophila mature spermatozoa were described and 2D model of ...
Spatial arrangement of the animal male germ cell genome: IV. Radiation-induced locus-specific translocations (2;3) and large-scale organization of Drosophila sperm nucleus
(İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi, 2009)
At the previous papers (Alexandrov et al., 2007b, 2008), the specific megarosette-loop organization (but not polar-linear Rabl-configuration) of major haploid autosome 2 in Drosophila sperm nucleus has been proposed ...
Spatial arrangement of the animal male germ cell genome: I. Non-random pattern of radiation-induced inversions involving the vestigial region in autosome 2 of Drosophila melanogaster
(İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi, 2007-03)
At present, given a bulk of models for higher-order chromatin structure in interphase nuclei of animal somatic cells, little is known about the spatial chromosome organization in animal male germ cells mainly due to ...