Conformations of satellite DNAs.


X-ray fiber diffraction studies of satellite DNAs from Gecarcinus lateralis, Drosophila virilis and Mus musculus, all of which have highly repetitious base sequences but with different degrees of sequence complexity, reveal only classical polynucleotide duplex structures in contrast to some highly repetitious synthetic DNAs.

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@article{Selsing1976ConformationsOS, title={Conformations of satellite DNAs.}, author={Erik Selsing and Andrew G.W. Leslie and S. M. Arnott and Joseph G Gall and D. M. Skinner and E. M. Southern and J . M . Hall - Spencer and K. Harbers}, journal={Nucleic acids research}, year={1976}, volume={3 10}, pages={2451-7} }