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Xite  -  X-inactivation intergenic transcription...

Mus musculus

Synonyms: Xca, Xce
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High impact information on Xite

  • We propose that allele-specific Xite action promotes Tsix asymmetry and generates X chromosome inequality [1].
  • Xite, X-inactivation intergenic transcription elements that regulate the probability of choice [1].
  • Xite harbors intergenic transcription start sites and DNaseI hypersensitive sites with allelic differences [1].
  • Genetic control of X chromosome inactivation in mice: definition of the Xce candidate interval [2].
  • Subsequent analysis of recombinant chromosomes allowed for the establishment of a maximum 1.85-Mb candidate region for the Xce locus [2].

Biological context of Xite


Other interactions of Xite

  • Thus, Tsix and Xite function both in cis and in trans [6].
  • X inactivation is known to be regulated in cis by Xite, Tsix, and Xist, but in principle the two Xs must also be regulated in trans to ensure mutually exclusive silencing [6].


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