Aggregation of small oligonucleosomal chains into 300-A globular particles.

Abstract

Chicken erythrocyte oligonucleosomes (trimers to about 20-mers) are able to interact with each other through the very lysine-rich histones (H1 and H5) and form heterogeneous globular particles with a mean diameter of about 300 A. These particles assemble spontaneously during micrococcal nuclease digestion of chromatin in the presence of 30 mM NaCl and… (More)

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