An integrative analysis of post-translational histone modifications in the marine diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum.

An integrative analysis of post-translational histone modifications in the marine diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum.

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Authors: Veluchamy A, Rastogi A, Lin X, Lombard B, Murik O, Thomas Y, Dingli F, Rivarola M, Ott S, Liu X, Sun Y, Rabinowicz PD, McCarthy J, Allen AE, Loew D, Bowler C, Tirichine L
Title: An integrative analysis of post-translational histone modifications in the marine diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum.
Citation: Genome biology. 2015-05-20; 16.: 102.
Abstract:
Nucleosomes are the building blocks of chromatin where gene regulation takes place. Chromatin landscapes have been profiled for several species, providing insights into the fundamental mechanisms of chromatin-mediated transcriptional regulation of gene expression. However, knowledge is missing for several major and deep-branching eukaryotic groups, such as the Stramenopiles, which include the diatoms. Diatoms are highly diverse and ubiquitous species of phytoplankton that play a key role in global biogeochemical cycles. Dissecting chromatin-mediated regulation of genes in diatoms will help understand the ecological success of these organisms in contemporary oceans.
PMID: 25990474