Studies on the role and mode of operation of the very-lysine-rich histones in eukariote chromatin. Nuclear magnetic resonance studies on nucleoprotein and histone phi1.DNA complexes from marine invertebrate sperm.

P. Puigdomenech, P. Martínez, O. Cabré, J. Palau, E.M. Bradbury, C. Crane-Robinson

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)357-363
JournalEuropean Journal of Biochemistry
Volume65
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 1976

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Puigdomenech, P., Martínez, P., Cabré, O., Palau, J., Bradbury, E. M., & Crane-Robinson, C. (1976). Studies on the role and mode of operation of the very-lysine-rich histones in eukariote chromatin. Nuclear magnetic resonance studies on nucleoprotein and histone phi1.DNA complexes from marine invertebrate sperm. European Journal of Biochemistry, 65, 357-363.