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Figure. From: Chromatin remodeling enzymes: taming the machines.

Craig L. Peterson

Craig L. Peterson. EMBO Rep. 2002 April 15;3(4):319-322.
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Figure. From: Chromatin remodeling enzymes: taming the machines.

Fig. 2. Regulation of ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling. (A) Recruitment of remodeling activity by a sequence-specific DNA binding protein (red ovals). (B) Inhibition of remodeling activity by a chromatin binding protein (blue ovals) that constrains nucleosomal DNA topology. (C) Blocking the binding of a chromatin remodeling enzyme by a chromatin shielding factor (blue ovals) that stabilizes nucleosomal array oligomerization.

Craig L. Peterson. EMBO Rep. 2002 April 15;3(4):319-322.
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Figure. From: Chromatin remodeling enzymes: taming the machines.

Fig. 1. Three subclasses of ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling complexes. Shown here are representative members of the SWI–SNF, ISWI and Mi-2/CHD subclasses of chromatin remodeling enzymes that are found in human cells. Depicted subunit organization is for illustrative purposes only (for a review see Vignali et al., 2000).

Craig L. Peterson. EMBO Rep. 2002 April 15;3(4):319-322.

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