shugoshin

shugoshin

A protein implicated in the protection of cohesiveness of sister chromatids to the centromeres during the process of meiosis and in kinetochore regulation during mitosis and meiosis.
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In this case, for example p21, c-myc, E2F1, SGOL2 (shugoshin 2) and CAD (carbamoyl phosphate synthetase) were involved, whereof the first ones are known cell cycle regulators/transcription factors (Buchmann et al., 1998) and play a role in chromosome segregation (SGOL2) (Xu et al., 2009).
Studies have shown that some SAC proteins specifically interact with REC8 and Shugoshin (SGO1 and 2) [56].
Watanabe, "The conserved kinetochore protein shugoshin protects centromeric cohesion during meiosis," Nature, vol.
The police also said Bessho, currently a senior AUM member, is leader of a group called ''Shugoshin,'' or guardian god, which supports AUM defendants involved in the 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway system and a number of other crimes.
Hiroshi Araki, the current AUM public relations manager of the religious group, said Shugoshin is not a formal organization within the religious group.