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Super-resolution Microscopy Illuminates Inter-chromosome Connections

News   Jul 05, 2019 | Original story from The Stowers Institute for Medical Research

 
Super-resolution Microscopy Illuminates Inter-chromosome Connections

Structural Illumination super-resolution microscopy (SIM) images of mitotic chromosomes from human cells, showing rDNA-linked chromosomes. rDNA was labeled with rDNA probe and UBF antibody (green and red). Both rDNA and UBF form filamentous connections between chromosomes. Credit: Gerton Lab.

 
 
 

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