Differential sensitivity of constitutive and facultative heterochromatin in orthopteran chromosomes to digestion by DNaseI View Full Text


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DATE

1990-09

AUTHORS

C. Sentis, J. Santos, M. Robledo, J. Fernández-Piqueras

ABSTRACT

In situ pancreatic DNaseI digestions were used as probes to study the structural organization of facultative and constitutive heterochromatin during both mitotic and meiotic divisions. Three different types of heterochromatic regions from three insect species were chosen for this study. These regions had been previously characterized by in situ treatments with restriction endonucleases (AT and GC rich DNA sequences). Progressive increase in DNaseI concentration (from 10 to 200 ng/ml) or in incubation time (from 5 to 30 min) revealed a specific pattern of sequential digestion of the constitutive heterochromatic regions, the centromeric ones (AT-rich DNA) being the most resistant to DNaseI action. The interstitial C-bands (with AT or GC-rich DNA) were more sensitive to DNaseI, and the band 4.4 from Baetica ustalata was the most resistant of the non-centromeric bands. Similar results were obtained during meiosis, but increased accessibility to DNAseI was observed compared to mitosis. DNA methylation in the non-centromeric band 4.4 of B. ustulata could be responsible for its differential digestion with respect to the remaining intercalar heterochromatin. Facultatively heterochromatic regions (X chromosomes) were found to exhibit a differential response to DNaseI attack from mitosis to meiosis. While they behaved as cuchromatin during mitosis, they were the most resistant together with centromeric heterochromatin regions, during metaphase I and II. The different responses to digestion of the X chromosome and X-derived regions between somatic and meiotic divisions are probably a consequence of the changes in the organization of this chromosome during the facultative heterochromatinization process. More... »

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229-235

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Genetica

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3

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81

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00360870

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