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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 ...
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 ...