3D CHROMOSOME STRUCTURE

Plants are not so different

Hi-C experiments in rice reveal that the rice genome is partitioned into well-defined three-dimensional structures similar to so-called topologically associating domains found in metazoans.

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Fig. 1: Model of rice three-dimensional chromosome organization.

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Grob, S. Plants are not so different. Nature Plants 3, 690–691 (2017) doi:10.1038/s41477-017-0013-9

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