Nucleic acids and chromatin
Nucleic acids and chromatin

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Nucleic acids and chromatin


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Further source
Shaner, S. L (2001); protein–DNA complexes: non-specific, Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, Nature Publishing Group. (online)

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