Chromatin structure and gene expression / edited by Sarah C.R. Elgin and Jerry L. Workman.

Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
2nd ed.
Published/​Created
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000.
Description
xxvi, 328 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.

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Subject(s)
Series
Contents
  • 1. Nucleosome and chromatin structure / Timothy J. Richmond and Jonathan Widom
  • 2. DNA replication, nucleotide excision repair, and nucleosome assembly / Paul D. Kaufman and Genevieve Almouzni
  • 3. Chromatin structure and control of transcription in vivo / Wolfram Horz and Sharon Roth
  • 4. The genetics of chromatin function / Fred Winston and M. Mitchell Smith
  • 5. The SWI/SNF family of remodelling complexes / Bradley R. Cairns and Robert E. Kingston
  • 6. ATP-dependent chromatin remodelling by the ISWI complexes / Carl Wu, Peter B. Backer and Toshio Tsukiyama
  • 7. Histone acetyltransferase/transcription co-activator complexes / Shelley L. Berger, Patrick A. Grant and Jerry L. Workman / [et al.]
  • 8. Histone deacetylation: mechanisms of repression / Andrew Free, Michael Grunstein and Adrian Bird / [et al.]
  • 9. Developmental regulation of chromatin function and gene expression / Alan P. Wolffe and Michelle Craig Barton --
  • 10. Chromatin contributions to epigenetic transcriptional states in yeast / Lisa Freeman-Cook, Rohinton Kamakaka and Lorraine Pillus
  • 11. Epigenetic regulation in Drosophila: unravelling the conspiracy of silence / Joel C. Eissenberg, Sarah C. R. Elgin and Renato Paro
  • 12. Epigenetics in mammals / Christopher J. Schoenherr and Shirley M. Tilghman
  • 13. Chromatin boundaries / Victor G. Corces and Gary Felsenfeld
  • 14. Linking large-scale chromatin structure with nuclear function / Nicola L. Mahy, Wendy A. Bickmore and Tudorita Tumbar / [et al.].
ISBN
  • 0199638896 (hbk : acid-free paper)
  • 019963890X (pbk. : acid-free paper)
LCCN
00064982
OCLC
44885388
RCP
C - S
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