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GO:0031497 chromatin assembly

Term Information

ID GO:0031497
Name chromatin assembly
Ontology Biological Process
Definition The assembly of DNA, histone proteins, other associated proteins, and sometimes RNA, into chromatin structure, beginning with the formation of the basic unit, the nucleosome, followed by organization of the nucleosomes into higher order structures, ultimately giving rise to a complex organization of specific domains within the nucleus.
PMID:20404130
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exact establishment of chromatin architecture

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GO Identifier GO Term Name Reason
GO:0005678 chromatin assembly complex CONSIDER GO:0031497

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Is a GO:0031507 heterochromatin assembly
Is a GO:0016584 nucleosome positioning
Part of GO:0006334 nucleosome assembly
Regulates GO:0010847 regulation of chromatin assembly

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Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0031497 based on the entire annotation set Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0031497 based on non-IEA annotations only

Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2014-09-18 Added RELATION is a GO:0065003 (macromolecular complex assembly)
2012-11-17 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0071844 (cellular component assembly at cellular level)
2012-11-17 Added RELATION is a GO:0022607 (cellular component assembly)
2011-08-19 Deleted DEFINITION The assembly of DNA, histone proteins, and other associated proteins into chromatin structure, beginning with the formation of the basic unit, the nucleosome, followed by organization of the nucleosomes into higher order structures, ultimately giving rise to a complex organization of specific domains within the nucleus.
2011-08-19 Added DEFINITION The assembly of DNA, histone proteins, other associated proteins, and sometimes RNA, into chromatin structure, beginning with the formation of the basic unit, the nucleosome, followed by organization of the nucleosomes into higher order structures, ultimately giving rise to a complex organization of specific domains within the nucleus.
2010-09-12 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0022607 (cellular component assembly)
2010-09-12 Added RELATION is a GO:0071844 (cellular component assembly at cellular level)
2009-08-03 Added SYNONYM establishment of chromatin architecture
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The assembly of DNA, histone proteins, and other associated proteins into chromatin structure, beginning with the formation of the basic unit, the nucleosome, followed by organization of the nucleosomes into higher order structures, ultimately giving rise to a complex organization of specific domains within the nucleus.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The assembly of DNA, histone proteins, and other associated proteins into chromatin structure, beginning with the formation of the basic unit, the nucleosome, followed by organization of the nucleosomes into higher order structures, ultimately giving rise to a complex organization of specific domains within the nucleus.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0022607 (cellular component assembly)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0006333 (chromatin assembly or disassembly)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION part of GO:0006323 (DNA packaging)
2005-06-21 Added DEFINITION The assembly of DNA, histone proteins, and other associated proteins into chromatin structure, beginning with the formation of the basic unit, the nucleosome, followed by organization of the nucleosomes into higher order structures, ultimately giving rise to a complex organization of specific domains within the nucleus.
2005-06-20 Added TERM chromatin assembly

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2005-06-20 Added TERM chromatin assembly

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2011-08-19 Deleted DEFINITION The assembly of DNA, histone proteins, and other associated proteins into chromatin structure, beginning with the formation of the basic unit, the nucleosome, followed by organization of the nucleosomes into higher order structures, ultimately giving rise to a complex organization of specific domains within the nucleus.
2011-08-19 Added DEFINITION The assembly of DNA, histone proteins, other associated proteins, and sometimes RNA, into chromatin structure, beginning with the formation of the basic unit, the nucleosome, followed by organization of the nucleosomes into higher order structures, ultimately giving rise to a complex organization of specific domains within the nucleus.
2009-08-03 Added SYNONYM establishment of chromatin architecture
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The assembly of DNA, histone proteins, and other associated proteins into chromatin structure, beginning with the formation of the basic unit, the nucleosome, followed by organization of the nucleosomes into higher order structures, ultimately giving rise to a complex organization of specific domains within the nucleus.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The assembly of DNA, histone proteins, and other associated proteins into chromatin structure, beginning with the formation of the basic unit, the nucleosome, followed by organization of the nucleosomes into higher order structures, ultimately giving rise to a complex organization of specific domains within the nucleus.
2005-06-21 Added DEFINITION The assembly of DNA, histone proteins, and other associated proteins into chromatin structure, beginning with the formation of the basic unit, the nucleosome, followed by organization of the nucleosomes into higher order structures, ultimately giving rise to a complex organization of specific domains within the nucleus.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2014-09-18 Added RELATION is a GO:0065003 (macromolecular complex assembly)
2012-11-17 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0071844 (cellular component assembly at cellular level)
2012-11-17 Added RELATION is a GO:0022607 (cellular component assembly)
2010-09-12 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0022607 (cellular component assembly)
2010-09-12 Added RELATION is a GO:0071844 (cellular component assembly at cellular level)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0022607 (cellular component assembly)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0006333 (chromatin assembly or disassembly)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION part of GO:0006323 (DNA packaging)
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