Live-cell imaging studies aided by mathematical modeling have provided unprecedented insight into assembly mechanisms of multiprotein complexes that control genome function. Such studies have unveiled emerging properties of chromatin-associated systems involved in DNA repair and transcription.

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Dinant, C, Luijsterburg, M.S, Höfer, T, von Bornstaedt, G, Vermeulen, W, Houtsmuller, A.B, & van Driel, R. (2009). Assembly of multiprotein complexes that control genome function. The Journal of Cell Biology, 185(1), 21–26. doi:10.1083/jcb.200811080