Buoyant density and hybridization analysis of human DNA sequences, including three satellite DNAs.

@article{Prosser1981BuoyantDA,
  title={Buoyant density and hybridization analysis of human DNA sequences, including three satellite DNAs.},
  author={Jane Prosser and A. H. Reisner and Mike Bradley and K.-M. Ho and Paul C Vincent},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={1981},
  volume={656 1},
  pages={93-102}
}
Total human DNA was fractionated from the three types of Cs2SO4 gradient used to prepare satellites I, II and III. Three satellite DNAs were found: satellite I with a mean buoyant density of 1.6888 g/ml comprising about 1.3% of the total, satellite II with a mean buoyant of 1.696 g/ml, comprising about 1% of the total an satellite III with a mean buoyant… CONTINUE READING