Chromatin structure: a property of the higher structures of chromatin and in the time course of its formation during chromatin replication.

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The action of a number of enzymes and metals on one nuclear preparation were interpreted in terms of the existence of a fragile but highly DNAase-I resistant feature of chromatin superstructure. The generation of this DNAase-I resistance feature of chromatin was then followed during normal DNA synthesis in the regenerating rat liver by following the… (More)

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@article{Burgoyne1976ChromatinSA, title={Chromatin structure: a property of the higher structures of chromatin and in the time course of its formation during chromatin replication.}, author={Leigh A Burgoyne and J D Mobbs and A. J. Marshall}, journal={Nucleic acids research}, year={1976}, volume={3 12}, pages={3293-304} }