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Chromosomal and Nuclear Location of Mouse Satellite DNA in Individual Cells

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Single strands of mouse satellite DNA were annealed to nuclei and chromosomes in mouse cells. From the location of autoradiographic grains, it is suggested that there is a concentration of satellite DNA sequences close to the centromeres of the chromosomes.

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JONES, K. Chromosomal and Nuclear Location of Mouse Satellite DNA in Individual Cells. Nature 225, 912–915 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1038/225912a0

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