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Term:
regulation of chromatin organization (GO:1902275)
Annotations: Rat: (220) Mouse: (209) Human: (207) Chinchilla: (197) Bonobo: (204) Dog: (121) Squirrel: (199) Pig: (145)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
CENP-A containing chromatin organization +   
chromatin assembly or disassembly +   
chromatin maintenance +   
chromatin organization involved in regulation of transcription +   
chromatin remodeling +   
covalent chromatin modification +   
gene looping +   
heterochromatin organization +   
negative regulation of chromatin organization +   
negative regulation of chromosome organization +   
nucleolar chromatin organization  
nucleosome organization +   
positive regulation of chromatin organization +   
positive regulation of chromosome organization +   
progressive alteration of chromatin involved in cell aging +  
regulation of centromere complex assembly +   
regulation of chromatin organization +   
Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of chromatin organization.
regulation of chromosome condensation +   
regulation of DNA duplex unwinding +   
regulation of G-quadruplex DNA unwinding +  
regulation of linear element assembly +  
regulation of replication fork arrest at rDNA repeats 
regulation of shelterin complex assembly +   
regulation of sister chromatid segregation +   
regulation of synaptonemal complex assembly +  
regulation of telomere maintenance +   
sperm chromatin condensation +   
sperm chromatin decondensation +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: regulation of chromatin organisation ;   regulation of establishment or maintenance of chromatin architecture
Related Synonyms: regulation of chromatin modification
Alternate IDs: GO:1903308
Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000058, GOC:bf, GOC:TermGenie, GOC:vw, PMID:18314879

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