What to know about permanent chromosome continents

The creation and proliferation of permanent chromosome bases are a relatively new phenomenon. How and where they are created and the differentiation process are still unclear.

A new study by experts from the Universitat Jaume I has shed a new light on this question. In this study the researchers led by Marcia de la Cruz professor and Universitat Jaume I researcher illustrate the origin and progression of these chromosomes with a stop codon and an aminoine element. The result is published in Cell Stem Cell a journal of the Cell Press of the US National Institutes of Health.

The study is a collaboration between the University of Velcibles Kiev and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (SKIT) where three of the authors are particularly prolific. Among others researchers Marcia de la Cruz Fausto Lajovica and Claudia Dixon point to the partial analysis errors in last century.

I am very grateful to the Maria Rossignol de Guerre family for granting our research initiative as they give us the confidence to solve problems that we did not have before and which are very difficult to solve. I would also like to acknowledge my brothers and my patients who came before me to confirm new hypotheses and develop and confirm the genotoxic substances that we considered in the past.

Professor Marcia de la Cruz University of Velcibles Kiev President of the Kiev Institute of Mathematics Center Federation of Organic Chemistry of the University of Velcibles and a Principal Investigator for the US National Cancer Institute.