Condensation and cohesion of lambda DNA in cell extracts and other media: implications for the structure and function of DNA in prokaryotes.


DNA added to concentrated extracts of Escherichia coli undergoes a reversible transition to a readily-sedimentable ('condensed') form. The transition occurs over a relatively small increment in extract concentration. The extract appears to play two roles in this transition, supplying both DNA-binding protein(s) and a crowded environment that increases… (More)


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