DNA–protein interactions: methods for detection and analysis

@article{Dey2012DNAproteinIM,
  title={DNA–protein interactions: methods for detection and analysis},
  author={Bipasha Dey and Sameer Thukral and Shruti Krishnan and Mainak Chakrobarty and Sahil Gupta and Chanchal Manghani and V. Leena Rani},
  journal={Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry},
  year={2012},
  volume={365},
  pages={279-299}
}
DNA-binding proteins control various cellular processes such as recombination, replication and transcription. This review is aimed to summarize some of the most commonly used techniques to determine DNA–protein interactions. In vitro techniques such as footprinting assays, electrophoretic mobility shift assay, southwestern blotting, yeast one-hybrid assay, phage display and proximity ligation assay have been discussed. The highly versatile in vivo techniques such as chromatin… CONTINUE READING
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