Close contacts between H1 histone molecules in nuclei.

@article{Ring1983CloseCB,
  title={Close contacts between H1 histone molecules in nuclei.},
  author={David Ring and Richard D. Cole},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1983},
  volume={258 24},
  pages={
          15361-4
        }
}
H1 histone homodimer has been purified from nuclei treated with either long (dimethylsuberimidate, dimethyl dithiobisproprionimidate) or short (ethyl dimethylaminocarbodiimide) cross-linking reagents. When such H1 dimers were cleaved with N-bromosuccinimide, chymotrypsin, or staphylococcal protease, analysis of the resulting fragments suggests that the major cross-links were formed between the COOH-terminal portions of neighboring H1 molecules, and that substantial bridging can also be made… CONTINUE READING