The Role of CLAMP Binding Sites in Maintaining of Distant Interactions in Drosophila Transgenic Lines View Full Text


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2021-10-12

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E. A. Tikhonova, V. A. Mogila, P. G. Georgiev, O. G. Maksimenko

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The mechanism of specific recruitment of the dosage compensation complex (DCC) to the X chromosome of male Drosophila remains an unresolved problem. Recently, a DNA-binding protein CLAMP, which binds to the primary chromosome entry sites (CESs) of the DCC, has been described as a factor involved in X chromosome recruiting of DCC. It has been shown that CESs can recruit DCC to autosomes. In this work, we studied the ability of a well-described CES to support distant interactions in model transgenic Drosophila lines. Negative results were obtained showing that the CES that is bound by CLAMP protein does not support distance interactions. More... »

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1229-1232

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