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Sister chromatids are identical copies of a chromosome connected by a centromere. Compare sister chromatids to homologous chromosomes, which are the two different copies of the same chromosome that diploid organisms (like humans) inherit, one from each parent. In other...
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Cohesin is the protein complex responsible for binding the sister chromatids during synthesis through the G2 phase and into mitosis phase. When two sister chromatids are bound along their lengths by cohesin, the attachment is referred to as sister chromatid cohesion. It is a multi-subunit complex which contains four core subunits: Smc1 and Smc3, which are...
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The sister chromatid cohesion essential for the bi ... Cohesion between sister chromatids is essential for ... between maternal and paternal chromatids, sister ...
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The principal role of RAD54 in sister chromatid-based repair may also be shared ... Is the choice between sister chromatid and homologous chromosome in the two ...
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At meiosis I, sister chromatids attach to the same spindle pole while homologous ... Cohesin is localized on paired sister chromatids and dissociates from them, as ...
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In mitotic cells, sister chromatids are held ... phenomenon, called sister-chromatid cohesion, enables cells to ... of sister chromatids to opposite ...
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Mitotic metaphase chromosomes show sister chromatids ... of sister-chromatid cohesion is ... Consequently, the sister chromatids separate and segregate to ...
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... other additional information on Chromatids from Biology-Online.org ... Thus, two sister chromatids are linked together at their specific DNA sequences ...
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copies, the sister chromatids, then have to be correctly ... Once all pairs of sister chromatids are aligned in bioriented fashion in mitosis, ...
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Our understanding of the mechanism of sister chromatid ... During mitosis replicated chromosomes (sister chromatids) ... two sister chromatids are identical ...
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Both are required for sister chromatid separation in mitosis. ... However, the cohesion between sister chromatids is ultimately destroyed at the ...
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SISTER-CHROMATID cohesion is mediated by cohesin, an essential complex that is ... Establishment of sister-chromatid cohesion requires Eco1 (SKIBBENS et al. 1999; ...
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Sister chromatid cohesion is fundamental for the faithful transmission of ... Sister chromatid cohesion is established during the S phase and persists until ...
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