|Citation||Krajewski, W.A. (2008). Evidence for the nucleosome-disruption process regulated by phosphorylation of 120 kDa protein complex in Drosophila embryo cell-free system. Biochimie 90(3): 534--541. (Export to RIS)|
|Publication Type||Research paper|
|PubMed Abstract||Using cell-free system derived from Drosophila embryos, we found evidence for a regulated nucleosome disruption process, which depends on the phosphorylation status of 120 kDa protein (complex). Dephosphorylation enables the remodeling activity to destabilize nucleosomes, which assume a more accessible structure, possessing increased DNase I sensitivity and high conformational flexibility of DNA; remodeling was more efficient on highly acetylated chromatin templates. This phosphorylation-regulated nucleosome destabilization, acting synergistically with histone acetylation, is discussed as a possible mechanism to provide regulated disrupt of histone-DNA interaction.|
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