chromatin

  • 1Chromatin — (DAPI Färbung, blau) in einem Mauszellkern. Links mit einem Konfokalmikroskop aufgenommen, rechts mit der verbesserten Auflösung eines 3D SIM Mikroskops. Daneben sind Kernporen (anti NPC, rot) und die Lamina unter der Kernhülle dargestellt (anti… …

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  • 2Chromatin — Chro ma*tin, n. (Biol.) The deeply staining substance of the nucleus and chromosomes of eukaryotic cells, composed of DNA and basic proteins (such as histones), the DNA of which comprises the predominant physical basis of inheritance. It was, at… …

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  • 3chromatin — [krō′mətin΄] n. [< CHROMA + IN1] a protoplasmic substance in the nucleus of living cells that readily takes a deep stain: chromatin forms the chromosomes and contains the genes …

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  • 4Chromatin — Chro ma*tin, n. [Gr. ?, ?, color.] 1. (Biol.) Tissue which is capable of being stained by dyes. [archaic] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5chromatin — chromatin. См. хроматин. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …

    Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • 6Chromatīn — Chromatīn, s. Pflanzenzelle …

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  • 7Chromatin — Chromatin, Nucleoproteinmaterial, aus dem sich im Teilungskern der Eukaryotenzelle durch Schraubung und Faltung die ⇒ Chromosomen bilden und das im Interphasekern den entschraubten Chromosomen entspricht. C. ist mit basischen Farbstoffen… …

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  • 8chromatin — 1882, coined 1879 by German anatomist Walther Flemming (1843 1905), from Latinized form of Gk. khromat , the correct comb. form of khroma color (see CHROMA (Cf. chroma)) + chemical suffix IN (Cf. in) (2). Related: Chromatid …

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  • 9Chromatin — The major structures in DNA compaction; DNA, the nucleosome, the 10nm beads on a string fibre, the 30nm fibre and the metaphase chromosome Chromatin is the combination of DNA and proteins that make up the contents of the nucleus of a cell. The… …

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  • 10Chromatin — Chro|ma|tin 〈[ kro ] n. 11; unz.; Biochem.〉 bei basischen Färbungen sich bes. stark färbende Zellkernbestandteile [zu grch. chroma „Farbe“] * * * Chro|ma|tin [↑ Chromo (2) u. ↑ in (3)], das; s, e: ↑ Histon. * * * Chromatin   [ …

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  • 11chromatin — chromatinas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis DNR, histonų ir kitų baltymų kompleksas, sudarantis eukarijotinių ląstelių chromosomas. atitikmenys: angl. chromatin rus. хроматин …

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  • 12chromatin — chromatinas statusas T sritis augalininkystė apibrėžtis DNR, histonų ir kitų baltymų kompleksas, sudarantis eukariotinių ląstelių chromosomas. atitikmenys: angl. chromatin; karyotin rus. хроматин …

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  • 13chromatin — noun Date: 1882 a complex of nucleic acid and basic proteins (as histone) in eukaryotic cells that is usually dispersed in the interphase nucleus and condensed into chromosomes in mitosis and meiosis see cell illustration; compare euchromatin,… …

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  • 14chromatin — n. [Gr. chroma, color] The more readily stainable substance in the cell nucleus; karyotin; see euchromatin, heterochromatin …

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  • 15chromatin — (kro mah tin) The DNA containing portion of the eucaryotic nucleus; the DNA is almost always complexed with histones. It can be very condensed (heterochromatin) or more loosely organized and genetically active (euchromatin) …

    Dictionary of microbiology

  • 16chromatin — Stainable material of interphase nucleus consisting of nucleic acid and associated histone protein packed into nucleosomes. Euchromatin is loosely packed and accessible to RNA polymerases, whereas heterochromatin is highly condensed and probably… …

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  • 17chromatin — chromatinic, adj. chromatoid, adj. /kroh meuh tin/, n. Cell Biol. the readily stainable substance of a cell nucleus, consisting of DNA, RNA, and various proteins, that forms chromosomes during cell division. See diag. under cell. [1880 85;… …

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  • 18chromatin — noun /ˈkɹəʊmətɪn/ A complex of DNA, RNA and proteins within the cell nucleus out of which chromosomes condense during cell division …

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  • 19chromatin — The genetic material of the nucleus, consisting of deoxyribonucleoprotein, which occurs in two forms during the phase between mitotic divisions: 1) as heterochromatin, seen as condensed, readily stainable clumps; 2) as euchromatin, dispersed… …

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  • 20Chromatin — Chro|ma|tin 〈 [kro ] n.; Gen.: s, Pl.: e; Biol.〉 bei basischen Färbungen sich bes. stark färbende Zellkernbestandteile [Etym.: <grch. chroma »Farbe«] …

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