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Mapping of Organization Territories Occupied By Genes in Cell Nucleus

This video shows the mapping of organization territories occupied by genes in the cell nucleus for statistical interpretation of gene map. The confocal image of the living cells with the labeled genes is captured using Andor iXon EMCCD camera.

The confocal image is used to locate the relevant nuclear landmarks to aggregate position obtained in each individual cell of a population.

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Mapping the spatial organization of genome in the cell nucleus using baker's yeast as a model

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