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Active nuclear deformations contribute to formation of intra-nuclear chromosome architectures

There are two types of chromatin, euchromatin and heterochromatin, that vary with the stages of the cell cycle. In particular, euchromatin with rich active genes localizes to the interior of the nucleus during interphase; heterochromatin usually localizes to the periphery of the nucleus.

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Active nuclear deformations contribute to formation of intra-nuclear chromosome architectures

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