PDFs of selected publications on Lampbrush Chromosomes

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Maslova, A., Krasikova, A. (2011). Spatial Arrangement of Macro-, Midi-, and Microchromosomes in Transcriptionally Active Nuclei of Growing Oocytes in Birds of Order Galliformes. Cell and Tissue Biology 5: 281–293
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Penrad-Mobayed, M (2011). Corrigendum to “The tips and tricks for preparing lampbrush chromosome spreads from Xenopus tropicalis oocytes (Methods 51 (2010)37-44)”. Methods 53: 325
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Kanhoush, R. et al. (2011). Differential RNA binding activity of the hnRNP G protein correlated with sex genotype in the amphibian oocyte. Nucleic Acids Research 39: 4109 – 4121
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Heath, E. et al. (2010). Subnuclear targeting of the RNA-binding motif protein RBM6 to splicing speckles and nascent transcripts. Chromosome Research 18: 851-872
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Solinhac, R. et al. (2010).  Integrative mapping analysis of chicken microchromosome 16 organization. BMC Genomics 11: 616
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Daks, A. et al. (2010). Lampbrush chromosomes of the Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica): a new version of cytogenetic maps. Russian Journal of Genetics 46: 1335-1338
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Zlotina, A. et al. (2010). Precise centromere positioning on chicken chromosome 3. Cytogenet Genome ResDOI: 10.1159/000314923
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Krasikova, A. et al. (2010). Chicken lampbrush chromosomes: transcription of tandemly repetitive DNA sequences. Russian Journal of Genetics 46:1173 – 1177
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Bi, K. And Bogart, J. (2010). Probing the meiotic mechanism of intergenomic exchanges by genomic in situ hybridization on lampbrush chromosomes of unisexual Ambystoma (Amphibia: Caudata). Chromosome Research18: 371-382
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Austin, C. et al. (2009). Lampbrush chromosomes enable study of cohesion dynamics. Chromosome Research 17: 165-184
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Penrad-Mobayed, M. et al. (2009). Tips and tricks for preparing lampbrush chromosome spreads from Xenopus tropicalis oocytes. Methods 51: 37-44
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Gaginskaya, E. et al. (2009). Avian lampbrush chromosomes: a powerful tool for exploration of genome expression. Cytogenet Genome Res 124: 251 – 267
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Krasikova, A. et al. (2009). Polymorphic heterochromatic segments in Japanese quail microchromosomes. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 126: 148-155
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Kanhoush, R. et al. (2009). Novel domains in the hnRNP G/RBMX protein with distinct roles in RNA binding and targeting nascent transcripts. Nucleus 1: 109 – 122
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Penrad-Mobayed, M. et al. (2009), Working map of the lampbrush chromosomes or Xenopus tropicalis: a new tool for cytogenetic analysis. Developmental Dynamics  238: 1492-1501.
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Patel S, Novikova N, Beenders B, Austin C, Bellini M (2008) Live images of RNA polymerase II transcription units. Chromosome Research 16 : 223 – 232
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Griffin, D. et al. (2008). Whole genome comparative studies between chicken and turkey and their implications for avian genome evolution. BMC Genomics 9: 168.
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Morgan GT (2008) Localized co-transcriptional recruitment of the multifunctional RNA-binding protein CELF1 by lampbrush chromosome transcription units. Chromosome Research 15 : 985 – 1000
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Deryusheva S, Krasikova A et al. (2007) Tandem 41-bp repeats in chicken and Japanese quail genomes: FISH mapping and transcription on lampbrush chromosomes. Chromosoma 116 : 519 – 530
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Galkina S, Deryusheva S et al (2006) FISH on avian lampbrush chromosomes produces higher resolution gene mapping. Genetica 128 : 241 – 251
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Zakharova KV, Galkina SA, Lukina NA (2006) Crossing over in chicken oogenesis: periodic arrangement of chiasmata over chromosomes. Russ J Genet. 42 : 691 – 695
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Krasikova A, Deryusheva S, Galkina S, Kurganova A, Evteev A, Gaginakaya E. 2006. On the positions of centromeres in chicken lampbrush chromosomes. Chromosome Research, 14: 777 – 789
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Krasikova A, Kulikova T, Saifitdinova A. 2005. Cohesion proteins are present in cemntromere protein bodies associated with avian lampbrush chromosomes. Chromosome Research 13, 675 – 685
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Galkina S, Lukina N, Zakharova K et al. (2005) Interstitial (TTAGGG)(n) sequences are hot spots of recombination in the chicken lampbrush macrochromosomes 1 – 3. Chromosome Research 13 : 551 – 557
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Vishnyakova NM, Lacroix JC, Rodionov AV (2004) Cytogenetic maps of lampbrush chromosomes of newts of the genus Pleurodeles : an algorithm of lampbrush chromosome identification in Pleurodeles waltli by immunocytochemical staining of landmark loops with polyclonal anti-Ro52 antisera. Russ J Genet. 40 : 491 – 499 and Genetika 40: 614-623
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Schmid, M. et al.(2005). Second report on chicken genes and chromosomes 2005. Cytogenetics and Genome Research 109: 415-479
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Krasikova A., Kulikova T., Saifitdinova A., Derjusheva S., Gaginskaya E. (2004). Centromeric protein bodies on avian lampbrush chromosomes contain a protein detectable with an antibody against DNA topoisomerase II. Chromosoma 113: 316-323
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Saifitdinova A., Derjusheva S., Krasikova A., Gaginskaya E . (2003) Lampbrush chromosomes of the chaffinch ( Fringilla coelebs L .). Chromosome Research 11: 99-113
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Derjusheva S., Kurganova A., Krasikova A., Saifitdinova A., Habermann F. A., Gaginskaya E. 2003. Precise identification of chicken chromosomes in the lampbrush form using chromosome painting probes. Chromosome Research 11 : 749-757
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Morgan, G.T. (2002) Lampbrush chromosomes and associated bodies: new insights into principles of nuclear structure and function. Chromosome Research 10: 177 – 200
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Murphy C, Wang Z, Roeder RG and Gall JG (2002) RNA polymerase III in Gajal bodies and lampbrush chromosomes of the Xenopus laevis oocyte nucleus. Mol.Cell Biol. 13: 3466-3476
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Rodionov, A.V. et al. 2002. Crossing over in chicken oogenesis: Cytological and chiasma-based genetic maps of  chicken lampbrush chromosome 1. Journal of Heredity 93: 125-129
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Rodionov, A.V. and Chechik M.S. (2002) Lampbrush Chromosomes in the Japanese Quail Coturnix coturnix japonica:Cytological Map of Macrochromosomes and Meiotic Crossing-over Frequency in Females. Russian Journal of Genetics:  38, 1054–1059
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Teranishi, M. et al. (2001). Transcripts of the MHM region of the chicken Z chromosome accumulate as non-coding RNA in the nucleus of female cells adjacent to the DMRT locus. Chromosome Research 9: 147-165
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Gall JG,  Murphy C (1998) Assembly of lampbrush chromosomes from sperm chromatin. Mol Biol Cell 9: 733-747
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Solovei I, Ogawa A, Naito M, Mizuno S, Macgregor HC (1998) Specific chromomeres on the chicken W lampbrush chromosome contain specific repetitive DNA sequence families. Chromosome Research 6: 323 – 327
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Mizuno S, Macgregor HC (1998) The ZW lampbrush chromosomes of birds: a unique opportunity to look at the molecular cytogenetics of sex chromosomes. Cytogenet Cell Genet 80: 149-157
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Ogawa, A. et al. (1997).  Molecular characterization and cytological mapping of a non-repetitive DNA sequence region from the W chromosome of chicken and its use as a universal probe for sexing Carinatae birds.  Chromosome Research 5:  93 – 101
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Hori T, Susuki Y, Solovei I, Saitoh Y, Hutchison N, Ikeda Joh-E, Macgregor HC, Mizuno S (1996) Characterization of DNA sequences constituting the terminal heterochromatin of the chicken Z chromosome. Chromosome Research 4:  411-426
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Solovei I, Joffe B, Gaginskaya E, Macgregor HC (1996) Transcription on lampbrush chromosomes of a centromerically localized highly repeated DNA in pigeon (Columba) relates to sequence arrangement. Chromosome Research 4: 588 – 603
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Solovei I,  Macgregor HC  Gaginskaya E (1995). Single stranded nucleic acid binding structures on chicken lampbrush chromosomes. J Cell Sci 108: 1391 – 1396
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Solovei I,  Gaginskaya ER,   Macgregor HC (1994) The arrangement and transcription of telomere DNA sequences at the ends of lampbrush chromosomes of birds. Chromosome Research 2: 460-470
(52)
Solovei I, Gaginskaya E, Hutchison N, Macgregor HC (1993) Avian sex chromosomes in the lampbrush form: the ZW lampbrush bivalents from six species of bird. Chromosome Research 1: 153-166
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Solovei I,  Gaginskaya E,  Allen TD,  Macgregor HC (1992) A novel structure associated with a lampbrush chromosome in the chicken, Gallus domesticus. J Cell Science 101: 759-772
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Penrad-Mobayed M, Bonnanfant-Jaïs ML, N'Da E & Angelier N (1986) Evidence for a particular mode of transcription in globular loops of the lampbrush chromosomes of the newt Pleurodeles waltl. Chromosoma 94, 319‑328
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Bonnanfant-Jaïs ML, N'Da E, Penrad-Mobayed M & Angelier N (1986). Structure of landmark loop RNP matrices in Pleurodeles waltl lambprush chromosomes visualized by scanning electron microscopy. J. Cell Sci. 81, 29-42.
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N'Da E, Bonnanfant-Jaïs ML, Penrad-Mobayed M & Angelier N (1986) Size uniformity of  RNP matrix particles in loops of Pleurodeles waltl lampbrush chromosomes visualized by electron microscopy. J. of Cell Sci. 81, 17-27.
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Angelier N, Bonnanfant-Jaïs ML, Herberts C, Lautredou N, Moreau N, N'Da E, Penrad-Mobayed M, Rodriguez-Martin ML& Sourrouille P (1990). Chromosomes of amphibian oocytes as a model for gene expression: significance of lampbrush loops. Int. J. Dev. Biol. 34, 69-80.
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Penrad-Mobayed M, Bonnanfant-Jaïs ML, Sourrouille P, N'Da E, Edström JE & Angelier N (1991) Microdissection and cloning of DNA from landmark loops of amphibian lampbrush chromosomes. Chromosoma 101, 180-188.
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Angelier N, Moreau N, Rodriguez-Martin ML, Penrad-Mobayed M & Prudhomme C (1996) Does the chaperone heat-shock protein HSP70 play a role in control of    developmental processes ? Int. J. Dev. Biol., 40, 521-529.
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Angelier N, Penrad-Mobayed M, Billoud B, Bonnanfant-Jaïs ML & Coumailleau P (1996). What role do lampbrush chromosomes play in maternal gene expression. Int. J. Dev. Biol., 40, 645-652.
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Penrad-Mobayed M, Moreau N, & Angelier N (1998) Evidence for specific RNA/protein interactions in the didifferential segment of the W sex chromosome in the amphibian Pleurodeles waltl. Develop. Growth. Differ., 40, 147-156.
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Delelis-Fanien C., Angelier N., & Penrad-Mobayed M. (2000) HSP70 is involved in the control of chromosomal transcription in the amphibian oocyte Exp Cell Res, 260, 222-232.
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Hock R, Moorman A, Fischer D and Scheer U (1993). Absence of somatic histone H1 in oocytes and preblastula embryos of Xenopus leavis. Developmental Biology 158, 510-522
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Maslova A and Krasikova A (2012) Nuclear actin depolymerisation in transcriptionally active avian and amphibian oocytes leads to collapse of intranuclear structures. Nucleus 3(3), 1 – 12
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Khodyuchenko T, Gaginskaya E and Krasikova A (2012) Non-canonical Cajal bodies form in the nucleus of late stage avian oocytes lacking functional nucleolus. Histochem Cell Biol DOI 10.1007/s00418-012-0938z123
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Macgregor HC (2012) So what's so special about these things called lampbrush chromosomes? Chromosome Research 20: 903 – 904
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Gall JG (2012) Are lampbrush chromosomes unique to meiotic cells? Chromosome Research 20: 905 – 910
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Macgregor HC (2012) Chromomeres revisited. Chromosome Research 20: 911 – 924
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Morgan GT, Jones P and Bellini M (2012) Association of modified cytosines and the methylated DNA-binding protein MeCP2 with distinctive structural domains of lampbrush chromatin. Chromosome Research 20: 925 – 942
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Kim R, Paschedag J, Novikova N and Bellini M (2012) The recruitment of U5 snRNP to nascent transcripts requires internal loop 1 of U5 snRNA. Chromosome Research 20: 943 – 952
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Nizami ZF and Gall JG (2012) Pearls are novel Cajal body-like structures in the Xenopus germinal vesicle that are dependent on RNA pol III transcription. Chromosome Research 20: 953 – 970
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Liu J-L and Gall JG (2012) Induction of human lampbrush chromosomes. Chromosome Research 20: 971 – 978
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Krasikova A, Khodyuchenko T, Maslova E and Vasilevskaya E (2012) Three-dimensional organisation of RNA processing machinery in avian growing oocyte nucleus. Chromosome Research 20: 979 – 994
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Krasikova A, Fukagawa T and Zlotina A (2012) High resolution mapping and transcriptional activity analysis of chicken centromere sequences on giant lampbrush chromosomes. Chromosome Research 20: 995 – 1008
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Kaufmann R, Cremer C and Gall JG (2012) Superresolution imaging of transcription units on newt lampbrush chromosomes. Chromosome Research 20: 1009 – 1016
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Zlotina A, Galkina S, Krasikova A, Crooijmans RPMA, Groenen MAM, Gaginskaya E and Deryusheva S (2012) Centromere positions in chicken and Japanese quail chromosomes: de novo centromere formation versus pericentric inversions. Chromosome Research 20: 1017 – 1032
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Penrad-Mobayed M, Perrin C and Lepasant J-A (2012) Precocious detection on amphibian oocyte lampbrush chromosomes of subtle changes in the cellular localisation of the Ro52 protein induced by in vitro culture. Chromosome Research 20: 1033 –
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Gardner EJ, Nizami ZF, Talbot CC Jr. and Gall JG (2012) Stable intronic sequence RNA (sisRNA), a new class of noncoding RNA from the oocyte nucleus of Xenopus tropicalis. Genes Dev. 26: 2550 – 2559.
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Dedukh D, Mazepa G, Shabanov D, Rosanov J, Litvinchuk S, Borkin L, Saifitdinova A and Krasikova A (2013) Cytological maps of lampbrush chromosomes of European water frogs (Pelophylax esculentus complex) from the Eastern Ukraine. BMC Genetics 14: 26.
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Endow SA, Nizami ZF and Gerbi SA (2013) A remarkable career in science—Joseph G. Gall. Chromosome Research 21: 339 – 343.

 

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