MOESM2 of CENP-B protects centromere chromatin integrity by facilitating histone deposition via the H3.3-specific chaperone Daxx
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Additional file 2: Fig. S2. CENP-B and CENP-C depletion efficiency (relevant to Fig.Â 1b). Representative images of HEp2 cells transfected with scrambled (control), CENP-B and -C siRNA and stained for CENP-C (green) and CREST (red) (top and second rows) or CENP-B (green) and CENP-A (red) (third and bottom rows); DNA blue. Both siRNAs significantly reduced levels of corresponding centromere proteins.