Definition of Minichromosomes. Meaning of Minichromosomes. Synonyms of Minichromosomes

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- cellular division. Minichromosomes may be created by natural processes as chromosomal aberrations or by genetic engineering. Minichromosomes can be either...
- affected the stability of all minichromosomes and others that affected the stability of only a subset of the minichromosomes. The former were mutants defective...
- 200–300 autonomously replicating linear DNA mini-chromosomes. These minichromosomes have their own telomeres and are derived via site-specific fragmentation...
- Tye, B. K. Mutants of S. cerevisiae defective in the maintenance of minichromosomes. Genetics 106, 365-385 (1984). Sinha, P., Chang, V. & Tye, B. K. A...
- intermediate chromosomes of 200 to 500 kilobase pairs. Around 100 minichromosomes of around 50 to 100 kilobase pairs. These may be present in multiple...
- in chewing lice. Recombination has been shown to occur between the minichromosomes. The reason for this difference is not known. While slight variations...
- capitis) and the pubic louse (Pthirus pubis) fragmented into a number of minichromosomes, at least seven million years ago. Analysis of mitochondrial DNA in...
- (March 1984). "Mutants of S. cerevisiae defective in the maintenance of minichromosomes". Genetics. 106 (3): 365–85. PMC 1224244. PMID 6323245. Hua XH, Newport...
- macronucleus. Unlike some other ciliates, C. uncinata contains millions of minichromosomes (somatic chromosomes) in its macronucleus while its micronucleus is...
- (Mbp). At the upper end, little differs between a megaplasmid and a minichromosome. Plasmids are generally circular, but examples of linear plasmids are...
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