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A compact form of double‐stranded DNA in solution
The conformational transition of DNA during its functioning in vivo does not terminate in the entire separation of strands and in the formation of singlestranded coils as it occurs in the case of theExpand
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Structural organization of macronuclear chromatin of the ciliate Bursaria truncatella in resting cysts and at excysting.
The structural studies of macronuclear chromatin of the ciliate Bursaria truncatella showed that in resting cysts practically all macronuclear chromatin was arranged in compact clumps 100 to 300 nmExpand
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Electron-microscopic investigation of Escherichia coli glutamate decarboxylase.
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Abstract Maturation of the phage Nl in Bacillus mycoides cells was studied using ultrathin sectioning. In the course of infection with the phage, early morphological changes of the cells include aExpand
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Ultrastructure of Bacterial Viruses
1. Electron-Microscopic Methods of Investigation of Bacteriophages.- The Supporting Grids.- Preparation of the Mounting Film.- Methods of Preparing Suspensions of Bacteriophages.- Methods ofExpand
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Electron microscopy of phages liberated by megacin A producing lysogenic Bacillus megaterium strains.
Mitomycin C was added at fairly high concentration (5-10 mug/ml) to exponentially growing cultures of selected strains of Bacillus megaterium. Lysis of the bacteria followed, associated by liberationExpand
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The structure of inactive interphase macronuclear chromatin of the ciliate Bursaria truncatella. Radial loops in the structure of chromatin clumps.
The organization of chromatin in macronuclei of Bursaria truncatella cells that completed their growth and differentiation was electron microscopically studied. The data obtained showed that (1)Expand
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[Structure of polyriboguanylic acid in solution].
The electron microscopic data and the CD spectra of poly(G) have shown that the transition of a freeze-dried preparation of poly(G) from a "metastable" to a "stable" form is the transition of theExpand
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Electron-microscopic study of the serological affinity between the antigenic components of phages T4 and DDVI.
In an investigation of the antigenic fine structure of phages T4 and DDVI with the use of the neutralization reaction and electron-microscopic observation of the phage-antibody complexes, it has beenExpand
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