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Genes & Development
Macronuclear chromosomes in Oxytricha fallax, a hypotrichous ciliate, are very short. They often belong to small families of cross-hybridizing chromosomes of two or three different sizes. For example, the 81-MAC family consists of three sizes of macronuclear chromosomes (4.9, 2.9, and 1.6 kbp) (Cartinhour and Herrick 1984). We show that the family actually consists of two closely related sets of three each and that the two sets are independently created by alternative processing of two separatedoi:10.1101/gad.1.10.1047 pmid:3123312 fatcat:dywcom6nvfa5fgzukyqhq367gi