DNA bending by the chromosomal protein HMG1 and its high mobility group box domains. Effect of flanking sequences.

@article{tros1998DNABB,
  title={DNA bending by the chromosomal protein HMG1 and its high mobility group box domains. Effect of flanking sequences.},
  author={Michal {\vS}tros},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1998},
  volume={273 17},
  pages={10355-61}
}
  • Michal Štros
  • Published 1998 in The Journal of biological chemistry
HMG1 is an evolutionarily highly conserved chromosomal protein consisting of two folded DNA-binding domains, A and B ("high mobility group (HMG) boxes"), and an acidic C-terminal domain. Several lines of evidence suggest that previously reported sequence-independent DNA bending and looping by HMG1 and its HMG box domains might be important for the proposed role of the protein in transcription and recombination. We have used ligase-mediated circularization assays to investigate the contribution… CONTINUE READING

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