Transcriptomics

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Chromatin IP for Mcm2-7, Rec8, Hop1 and Red1


ABSTRACT: Mcm2-7 ChIP in pre-meiotic and pre-mitotic cells, axis factor ChIP in wild-type and replication compromised strains in meiosis Multiple studies of meiotic chromosomes were undertaken. To study DNA replication, the locations of replicative helicase (Mcm2-7) were mapped in pre-meiotic and pre-mitotic cells, and DNA replication profiles were created for pre-meiotic S (meiS) and pre-mitotic S (mitS) phases. Early origins were mapped in hydroxyurea for wild-type cells in mitS + 200mM HU, and meiS +20mM HU for wild-type, sml1, rec8 and spo11 deletion cells. Rec8, Hop1 and Red1 binding to meiotic chromosomes was evaluated using ChIP-chip in wild-type cells with and without 20 mM HU, and in cdc6-mn and clb5 clb6 delete cells. Finally, meiotic DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs) were mapped in cdc6-mn dmc1 delete cells by measuring the ssDNA that accumulates at DSB hotspots.

ORGANISM(S): Saccharomyces cerevisiae  

SUBMITTER: Andreas Hochwagen   Clara S Chan  Hannah G Blitzblau  Stephen P Bell 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-35658 | ArrayExpress | 2012-06-18

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): GSE35658PRJNA155861

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress

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Separation of DNA replication from the assembly of break-competent meiotic chromosomes.

Blitzblau Hannah G HG   Chan Clara S CS   Hochwagen Andreas A   Bell Stephen P SP  

PLoS genetics 20120517 5


The meiotic cell division reduces the chromosome number from diploid to haploid to form gametes for sexual reproduction. Although much progress has been made in understanding meiotic recombination and the two meiotic divisions, the processes leading up to recombination, including the prolonged pre-meiotic S phase (meiS) and the assembly of meiotic chromosome axes, remain poorly defined. We have used genome-wide approaches in Saccharomyces cerevisiae to measure the kinetics of pre-meiotic DNA rep  ...[more]

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