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1. The Histone-Fold Protein CHRAC14 Influences Chromatin Composition in Response to DNA Damage


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2. Probing the Conformation of the ISWI ATPase Domain With Genetically Encoded Photoreactive

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3. Targeting Determinants of Dosage Compensation in -1


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4. Immuno-FISH experiments using the identified DBFs as probes (FISH signals in green) and staining with anti-MSL1 antibodies to visualize DCC binding (in red)


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5. Polytene chromosomes with FISH signals in green and anti-MSL1 signals in red showing examples of DBF insertions recruiting the DCC in wild-type males


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6. Polytene chromosomes showing FISH signals (top panels, green) and anti-MSL1 staining (red) in the genetic backgrounds indicated


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7. Examples of DCC recruitment to DBF inserts in females expressing MSL2 and carrying mutations in (/ w+ Hsp83 MSL2/+) or (/ +; w+ Hsp83 MSL2/+)


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8. Logos (generated using the WebLogo software) represent degenerate motifs based on related pairs of elements from


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9. Site-specific acetylation of ISWI by GCN5-0


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10. Site-specific acetylation of ISWI by GCN5-1


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