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Determination of protein secondary structure in solution by vacuum ultraviolet circular dichroism.
Adenylate oligomers in single- and double-strand conformation.
Identification of β,β-turns and unordered conformations in polypeptide chains by vacuum ultraviolet circular dichroism
The similarity in shape between the theoretical curve and the observed CD spectra suggests a dominance of β-turn segments in the poly(Ala2-Gly2) structure, which is also in agreement with the characterization of this polypeptide by solid state methods.
A STUDY OF CONFORMATION OF NUCLEIC ACIDS IN SOLUTION BY MEANS OF CIRCULAR DICHROISM.
Conformational stability of dinucleotides in solution.
Effect of non-histone proteins on thermal transition of chromatin and of DNA.
It is concluded that chromatin non-histone proteins contain different fractions of proteins which are causing stabilizing and destabilizing effect on DNA structure.
Form of DNA and the nature of interactions with proteins in chromatin.
For the first time, chromatins of different origins with increasing content of non-histone proteins have been investigated by Raman spectroscopy and it is proposed that the mechanism of specific recognition in chromatin involves the large groove.
Direct evidence of the C-like form of sodium deoxyribonucleate.
- J. Brahms, J. Pilet, T. T. Phuong Lan, L. R. Hill
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1 December 1973
From infrared linear dichroism studies, direct evidence is given for a new Na DNA form, which is similar to the C form of Li DNA, which may be biologically important and have a possible role for recognition by proteins.
Activation and inhibition of transcription by supercoiling.
Structural investigations on DNA·protamine complexes
A model of the protamine·DNA complex is proposed, which suggests that the presence of apolar amino‐acid residues, and probably the folding of the polypeptide chain, is responsible for preventing the B‐to‐A transition.