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ab18191 has been referenced in 11 publications.
- Creamer KM et al. The Mi-2 homolog Mit1 actively positions nucleosomes within heterochromatin to suppress transcription. Mol Cell Biol 34:2046-61 (2014).
- Shim YS et al. Hrp3 controls nucleosome positioning to suppress non-coding transcription in eu- and heterochromatin. EMBO J 31:4375-87 (2012).
- Hiriart E et al. Mmi1 RNA surveillance machinery directs RNAi complex RITS to specific meiotic genes in fission yeast. EMBO J 31:2296-308 (2012).
- Schalch T et al. High-affinity binding of Chp1 chromodomain to K9 methylated histone H3 is required to establish centromeric heterochromatin. Mol Cell 34:36-46 (2009).
- Li H et al. An alpha motif at Tas3 C terminus mediates RITS cis spreading and promotes heterochromatic gene silencing. Mol Cell 34:155-67 (2009).
- Zhang K et al. Roles of the Clr4 methyltransferase complex in nucleation, spreading and maintenance of heterochromatin. Nat Struct Mol Biol 15:381-8 (2008).
- Chen ES et al. Cell cycle control of centromeric repeat transcription and heterochromatin assembly. Nature : (2008).
- Buker SM et al. Two different Argonaute complexes are required for siRNA generation and heterochromatin assembly in fission yeast. Nat Struct Mol Biol 14:200-7 (2007).
- Bühler M et al. RNAi-dependent and -independent RNA turnover mechanisms contribute to heterochromatic gene silencing. Cell 129:707-21 (2007).
- Partridge JF et al. Functional separation of the requirements for establishment and maintenance of centromeric heterochromatin. Mol Cell 26:593-602 (2007).
- Bühler M et al. Tethering RITS to a nascent transcript initiates RNAi- and heterochromatin-dependent gene silencing. Cell 125:873-86 (2006).
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