euchromatin

The chromosomal regions that are diffuse during interphase and condensed at the time of nuclear division. They show what is considered to be the normal pattern of staining (eu = true) as opposed to heterochromatin.

Euchromatin

Euchromatin is a lightly packed form of chromatin (DNA, RNA and protein) that is rich in gene concentration, and is often (but not always) under active transcription. Euchromatin comprises the most active portion of the genome within the cell nucleus. 92% of the human genome is euchromatic. ==Structure== The structure of euchromatin is reminiscent...
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euchromatin

<cell biology> The chromosomal regions that are diffuse during interphase and condensed at the time of nuclear division. They show what is considered to be the normal pattern of staining (eu = true) as opposed to heterochromatin. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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euchromatin

(u-kro´mә-tin) the form of chromatin that is genetically active and constitutes the majority of the chromosomes; it is relatively uncoiled and stains lightly during interphase and condenses and stains more darkly during nuclear division. See also heterochromatin. adj., euchromat´ic, adj. .
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Euchromatin

The chromatin that shows the staining behavior characteristic of the majority of the chromosomal com
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euchromatin

Type: Term Pronunciation: yū-krō′mă-tin Definitions: 1. The parts of chromosomes that during interphase are uncoiled dispersed threads, and not stained by ordinary dyes; metabolically active, in contrast to the inert heterochromatin.
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