V N Umetskaia

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Fluorescence spectra of the DNA-specific dye Hoehst 33258 are obtained in a number of solvents. These spectra are interpreted as superpositions of monomeric and dimeric fluorescence bands of this compound. We show that abnormal Stokes' shift in the Hoehst fluorescence occurs only for the dimer form of this dye. It is suggested that formation of the(More)
From the study of absorption and fluorescence spectra of the complex "Hoechst-33258"--DNA at different pH it is shown that AT--specific complex with DNA is formed by the neutral dye molecule, whereas the cationic state of the dye molecule forms the nonspecific complex. Possible formation of a specific complex in which the dye is bound to DNA in its major(More)
It is found that with time a decrease of fluorescence intensity of the basic band at 460 nm and appearance of a new band of fluorescence of DNA-specific dye Hoechst 33258 in complex with the cell nucleus DNA under the action of UV emission are observed. It is shown that phototransformation is related to the withdrawal of the nitrogen atom proton of(More)
The mechanism of transformation of ATP-G actin to F actin by the action of Mg2+ ions was studied by measuring UV absorption spectra of solutions of monomeric Ca(2+)-ATP-G actin in the presence of MgCl2 and of Mg(2+)-ATP-G actin. The protein solutions contained no excessive free ATP. The changes in the UV absorption spectra of monomeric ATP-G actin that(More)
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