Adenovirus DNA binding protein: helix destabilising properties.

@article{Monaghan1994AdenovirusDB,
  title={Adenovirus DNA binding protein: helix destabilising properties.},
  author={Andrew J. Monaghan and Adrian S. Webster and Ronald Thomas Hay},
  journal={Nucleic acids research},
  year={1994},
  volume={22 5},
  pages={
          742-8
        }
}
Adenovirus DNA binding protein is a multifunctional protein essential for viral DNA replication. To investigate the role of the DNA binding protein in this process its interaction with partial DNA duplexes was examined. Duplex regions of DNA, created when a short DNA strand is annealed to its complementary sequence present in the single stranded form of M13 phage DNA, were efficiently unwound by DNA binding protein in a reaction that required neither ATP nor MgCl2. The unwinding activity of DNA… CONTINUE READING

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