Submit Data |  Help |  Video Tutorials |  News |  Publications |  FTP Download |  REST API |  Citing RGD |  Contact   

Ontology Browser

Term:
sister chromatid cohesion (GO:0007062)
Annotations: Rat: (56) Mouse: (56) Human: (62) Chinchilla: (56) Bonobo: (55) Dog: (42) Squirrel: (1) Pig: (45)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
actin filament reorganization involved in cell cycle  
actomyosin contractile ring assembly actin filament organization +  
actomyosin contractile ring organization +   
attachment of spindle microtubules to kinetochore +   
cell cycle arrest +   
cell cycle DNA replication +   
cell cycle DNA replication DNA ligation +  
cell cycle DNA replication DNA unwinding +  
cell cycle DNA replication initiation +   
cell cycle DNA replication maintenance of fidelity +   
cell cycle DNA replication termination +   
cell cycle phase transition +   
cell cycle switching +   
cell plate assembly +  
centriole elongation +   
centriole replication +   
centriole-centriole cohesion +   
centromere complex assembly +   
centromere separation +  
centrosome cycle +   
centrosome duplication +   
centrosome separation +   
chromatin organization +   
chromosome attachment to the nuclear envelope +   
chromosome breakage  
chromosome decondensation +  
chromosome movement towards spindle pole +   
chromosome organization involved in meiotic cell cycle +   
chromosome separation +   
cytokinesis +   
cytokinetic process +   
DNA conformation change +   
DNA replication preinitiation complex assembly +   
DNA strand elongation involved in cell cycle DNA replication +   
dsDNA loop formation +   
establishment of chromatin silencing +   
establishment of sister chromatid cohesion +   
G0 to G1 transition +   
G1 to G0 transition +   
kinetochore organization +   
maintenance of chromatin silencing +   
maintenance of DNA repeat elements +   
maintenance of protein location to spindle pole body 
maintenance of sister chromatid cohesion +   
meiotic cell cycle process +   
meiotic sister chromatid segregation +   
microtubule anchoring at spindle pole body +  
mitotic cell cycle process +   
mitotic sister chromatid segregation +   
myosin filament organization involved in cytokinetic actomyosin contractile ring assembly 
negative regulation of cell cycle process +   
negative regulation of chromosome organization +   
negative regulation of sister chromatid segregation +   
nuclear chromosome segregation +   
nucleotide-excision repair, DNA damage recognition +   
polytene chromosome puffing +  
positive regulation of cell cycle process +   
positive regulation of chromosome organization +   
pre-replicative complex assembly involved in cell cycle DNA replication +   
preprophase band assembly 
re-entry into mitotic cell cycle +   
regulation of cell cycle process +   
regulation of chromosome organization +   
regulation of sister chromatid segregation +   
regulation of syncytial blastoderm mitotic cell cycle +  
repair of kinetochore microtubule attachment defect +  
signal transduction involved in cell cycle switching, mitotic to meiotic cell cycle 
sister chromatid biorientation +   
sister chromatid cohesion +   
The cell cycle process in which the sister chromatids of a replicated chromosome become tethered to each other.
sister chromatid segregation +   
spindle elongation +   
spindle localization +   
spindle midzone assembly +   
spindle organization +   
spindle pole body organization +   
spindle pole body separation +  
synaptonemal complex organization +   
synthesis of RNA primer involved in cell cycle DNA replication +  
telomere maintenance via semi-conservative replication +   
telomere organization +   
transcription-dependent tethering of RNA polymerase II gene DNA at nuclear periphery +   
tRNA gene clustering 

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: coheson-mediated DNA tethering
Related Synonyms: sister chromatid alignment
Definition Sources: GOC:jh, GOC:mah, ISBN:0815316194

paths to the root

NHLBI Logo

RGD is funded by grant HL64541 from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute on behalf of the NIH.