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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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A chromatid is one among the two identical copies of DNA making up a replicated chromosome, which are joined at their centromeres, for the process of cell division . The term is used so long as the centromeres remain in...
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The sister chromatid cohesion essential for the bi-orientation of chromosomes on ... In addition to being required for sister chromatid ...
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The knowledge on sister-chromatid cohesion is based mainly on investigations in ... 2005), but sister-chromatid alignment in 4C nuclei was not investigated. ...
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However, the cohesion between sister chromatids is ultimately destroyed at the ... The dependency of sister chromatid separation on Cdc20p function has been ...
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Sister chromatid synonyms, Sister chromatid antonyms. Information about Sister chromatid ... chromatid (redirected from Sister chromatid) Also found in: ...
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Mitotic metaphase chromosomes show sister chromatids ... The maintenance of sister-chromatid cohesion is essential to ... the sister chromatids separate and ...
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Lymphocyte sister chromatid exchange: A similar 0.4-mL sample of blood was ... Sister chromatid differentiation on staining was performed by the FPG technique. ...
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What is Sister chromatid? Meaning of Sister chromatid medical term. What does Sister ... non-sister chromatid. nondisjunction. pachytene. somatic ...
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copies, the sister chromatids, then have to be correctly ... tie, called sister chromatid cohesion, allows pairs of chro ... alignment, sister chromatid ...
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Sister chromatids are genetically identical because, during interphase, one sister of each chromatid pair is produced by directly copying the other, preexisting sister.
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directed kinetochore/spindle forces that are exerted on each sister chromatid. ... cohesins on chromosomes are not sufficient for sister chromatid pairing. ...
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Sister chromatid cohesion (the binding together of the two identical copies of ... Sister chromatid cohesion is mediated by a multi-subunit protein complex ...
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Our understanding of the mechanism of sister chromatid ... During mitosis replicated chromosomes (sister chromatids) ... and third, sister chromatid cohe ...
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