Archaeal Histones, Nucleosomes, and Transcription Initiation

@article{Reeve1997ArchaealHN,
  title={Archaeal Histones, Nucleosomes, and Transcription Initiation},
  author={J. Reeve and K. Sandman and C. Daniels},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1997},
  volume={89},
  pages={999-1002}
}
Methanobacterium thermoautotrophicum and Metha-nobacterium formicicum, and five in Methanococcus and Charles J. Daniels Department of Microbiology jannaschii, two of which are plasmid-encoded (Bult et al., 1996; Grayling et al., 1996). In most cases, the primary sequences of the archaeal histones within one species are more similar to each other than to the sequences of histones in other Archaea, indicating that the original histone gene has undergone different num-The packaging of nuclear DNA… Expand
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