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Changes in the organization of isozyme loci Me1 and Adh1 in-duced with triton X-100 in common wheat lines

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The study of PCR-profiles of isozyme loci Me1 and Adh1 in common wheat lines obtained by means of treatment of initial cultivar Alem with detergent Tri-ton X-100 was carried out by the modified ISSR-amplification method. It was demonstrated that exposure to Triton X-100 causes changes of PCR-profiles of enzyme loci. The obtained data are suggestive of the role of chromatin and nuclear mem-brane interaction in structural-functional genome organization.

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Makhmudova, K. , Vinichenko, N. , Bogdanova, E. , Kirikovich, S. and Levites, E. (2011) Changes in the organization of isozyme loci Me1 and Adh1 in-duced with triton X-100 in common wheat lines. Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology, 2, 128-131. doi: 10.4236/abb.2011.23020.

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