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Papers associated with h1-3

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Linker histones: novel insights into structure-specific recognition of the nucleosome., Cutter AR, Hayes JJ., Biochem Cell Biol. April 1, 2017; 95 (2): 171-178.

GEF-H1 functions in apical constriction and cell intercalations and is essential for vertebrate neural tube closure., Itoh K, Ossipova O, Sokol SY., J Cell Sci. June 1, 2014; 127 (Pt 11): 2542-53.              

Optimal histone H3 to linker histone H1 chromatin ratio is vital for mesodermal competence in Xenopus., Lim CY, Reversade B, Knowles BB, Solter D., Development. February 1, 2013; 140 (4): 853-60.                                              

Xenopus egg extracts increase dynamics of histone H1 on sperm chromatin., Freedman BS, Miller KE, Heald R., PLoS One. September 7, 2010; 5 (9):           

Pregnane X receptor (PXR), constitutive androstane receptor (CAR), and benzoate X receptor (BXR) define three pharmacologically distinct classes of nuclear receptors., Moore LB, Maglich JM, McKee DD, Wisely B, Willson TM, Kliewer SA, Lambert MH, Moore JT., Mol Endocrinol. May 1, 2002; 16 (5): 977-86.

CD and DNA binding studies of a proline repeat-containing segment of the replication arrest protein Tus., Nedved ML, Gottlieb PA, Moe GR., Nucleic Acids Res. November 25, 1994; 22 (23): 5024-30.

The H1A histone variant is an in vivo repressor of oocyte-type 5S gene transcription in Xenopus laevis embryos., Kandolf H., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. July 19, 1994; 91 (15): 7257-61.

Specific regulation of Xenopus chromosomal 5S rRNA gene transcription in vivo by histone H1., Bouvet P, Dimitrov S, Wolffe AP., Genes Dev. May 15, 1994; 8 (10): 1147-59.

The maternal histone H1 variant, H1M (B4 protein), is the predominant H1 histone in Xenopus pregastrula embryos., Dworkin-Rastl E, Kandolf H, Smith RC., Dev Biol. February 1, 1994; 161 (2): 425-39.                

Absence of somatic histone H1 in oocytes and preblastula embryos of Xenopus laevis., Hock R, Moorman A, Fischer D, Scheer U., Dev Biol. August 1, 1993; 158 (2): 510-22.

Histones in Xenopus laevis' early development: the race against time., Koster JG, Destrée OH, Raat NJ, Westerhoff HV., Biomed Biochim Acta. January 1, 1990; 49 (8-9): 855-77.

Genomic organization and nucleotide sequence of two distinct histone gene clusters from Xenopus laevis. Identification of novel conserved upstream sequence elements., Perry M, Thomsen GH, Roeder RG., J Mol Biol. October 5, 1985; 185 (3): 479-99.

Organization of Xenopus histone gene variants within clusters and their transcriptional expression., Destrée OH, Bendig MM, De Laaf RT, Koster JG., Biochim Biophys Acta. June 16, 1984; 782 (2): 132-41.

The histone H5 variant in Xenopus laevis., Moorman AF, de Boer PA, Linders MT, Charles R., Cell Differ. June 1, 1984; 14 (2): 113-23.

Nucleotide sequences of H1 histone genes from Xenopus laevis. A recently diverged pair of H1 genes and an unusual H1 pseudogene., Turner PC, Aldridge TC, Woodland HR, Old RW., Nucleic Acids Res. June 25, 1983; 11 (12): 4093-107.

The accumulation of the maternal pool of histone H1A during oogenesis in Xenopus laevis., van Dongen WM, Moorman AF, Destrée OH., Cell Differ. May 1, 1983; 12 (5): 257-64.

Xenopus laevis histone genes: variant H1 genes are present in different clusters., Zernik M, Heintz N, Boime I, Roeder RG., Cell. December 1, 1980; 22 (3): 807-15.

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