Characterization of foldback sequences in Physarum polycephalum nuclear DNA using the electron microscope.


An examination of the foldback fraction of nuclear DNA from Physarum polycephalum has been carried out using the electron microscope. Results show that the inverted repeat sequences responsible for the formation of foldback DNA range from 150-3000 bases in length, with a number-average size of 340 bases. About one-half of the inverted sequences form looped… (More)


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