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  • Esperanto for histones: cenp-a, not cenh3, is the centromeric histone h3 variant 

    Earnshaw, W. C.; Allshire, R. C.; Black, B. E.; Bloom, K.; Brinkley, B. R.; Brown, W.; Cheeseman, I. M.; Choo, K. H. A.; Copenhaver, G. P.; DeLuca, J. G.; Desai, A.; Diekmann, S.; Erhardt, S.; Fitzgerald-Hayes, M.; Foltz, D.; Fukagawa, T.; Gassmann, R.; Gerlich, D. W.; Glover, D. M.; Gorbsky, G. J.; Harrison, S. C.; Heun, P.; Hirota, T.; Jansen, L. E. T.; Karpen, G.; Kops, G. J. P. L.; Lampson, M. A.; Lens, S. M.; Losada, A.; Luger, K.; Maiato, H.; Maddox, P. S.; Margolis, R. L.; Masumoto, H.; McAinsh, A. D.; Mellone, B. G.; Meraldi, P.; Musacchio, A.; Oegema, K.; O’Neill, R. J.; Salmon, E. D.; Scott, K. C.; Straight, A. F.; Stukenberg, P. T.; Sullivan, B. A.; Sullivan, K. F.; Sunkel, C. E.; Swedlow, J. R.; Walczak, C. E.; Warburton, P. E.; Westermann, S.; Willard, H. F.; Wordeman, L.; Yanagida, M.; Yen, T. J.; Yoda, K.; Cleveland, D. W. (Springer Nature, 2013-04-01)
    The first centromeric protein identified in any species was CENP-A, a divergent member of the histone H3 family that was recognised by autoantibodies from patients with scleroderma-spectrum disease. It has recently been ...