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コンデンシン【condensin】


コンデンシン

(Condensin から転送)

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コンデンシン(condensin)は、分裂期の染色体凝縮(chromosome condensation; 図1)と分離に中心的な役割を果たすタンパク質複合体である[1][2]細胞分裂期の染色体を構成する主要なタンパク質として、アフリカツメガエル (Xenopus laevis) の卵抽出液(カエル卵抽出液)から初めて同定された[3]


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