Polymorphic patterns of heterochromatin distribution in guinea pig chromosomes View Full Text


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1971-09

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N. O. Bianchi, J. Ayres

ABSTRACT

The chromosome complement and patterns of heterochromatin distribution (as demonstrated by the DNA d-r method) were studied from three different guinea pigs. Karyotype analyses showed that one of the females had a heteromorphic sex pair formed by a submetacentric X chromosome and a subterminal X chromosome originated by a shortening of the short arm (x-chromosome). The heterochromatin was mainly found in the pericentromeric areas of the autosomes and X chromosomes and in the short arm of pair 7. The Y chromosome exhibited a degree of heterochromatinization different from that of pericentromeric areas.—The analysis of the heterochromatin distribution in the X chromosomes showed that the smaller size of the heteromorphic x-chromosoine was probably due to a lack of heterochromatin in its short arm. Moreover, two out of the three animals studied had a heteromorphic pattern of heterochromatinization in the pair 21 characterized by heterochromatinization of the pericentromeric area in one chromosome and almost complete heterochromatinization of the other homologue.—It is suggested that most of the heterochromatin disclosed by the DNA d-r method is formed by repetitious DNA; and that the Y chromosome and perhaps some autosome regions in guinea pigs are formed by a type of heterochromatin with properties different from those of the constitutive and facultative heterochromatin (intermediate heterochromatin). More... »

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254-260

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