chromatinic


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chro·ma·tin

 (krō′mə-tĭn)
n.
A complex of nucleic acids and proteins, primarily histones, in the cell nucleus that stains readily with basic dyes and condenses to form chromosomes during cell division.

chro′ma·tin′ic adj.
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Adj.1.chromatinic - (of substance of a cell nucleus) readily colored by stains
achromatinic - (of substance of a cell nucleus) not readily colored by stains
Translations
cromatinico
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The histone demethylases network is often synergizing with the action of histone deacetylases, histone methyl transferases, and various nuclear transcriptional complexes, thus ensuring that the chromatinic environment is correct for the cell [128, 146].
Conventionally stained interphasic nuclei of males and females showed one and two positive heteropycnotic chromatinic blocks, respectively, which probably corresponded to a sexual chromatin (Fig.
The occurrence of two chromatinic blocks in a few testicular interphasic nuclei (Fig.