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1996), dynamic relaxation of supercoiled DNA by replication factor (Yoshimura et al. 2000a), long-range DNA loop formation in p-globin enhancer region by transcription regulators (Yoshimura et al. 2000b), and DNA end-loop formation by telomere-specific proteins (Yoshimura et al. 2004). In the 1970s, chromatin fibers were extensively studied by EM, and the higher-order arrangements of chromatin fibers such as 30-nm fibers and 300-nm loops were identified (Paulson and Laemmli 1977; Rattner and Hamkalo 1978a,b; Marsden and Laemmli 1979).

2000). These effects have a rapid time course (seconds to minutes) and are not inhibited by actinomycin D. They have been considered to reflect aldosterone acting via a high-affinity membrane receptor, distinct from the classic intracellular MR on two reasons. One is that the rapid effects have not been inhibited by spironolactone and another is that glucocorticoids do not mimic the effects of aldosterone at nanomolar concentrations. Rapid, nongenomic effects of aldosterone may also reflect actions via the classic intracellular MR.

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