Identification of nonhistone chromatin proteins in chromatin subunits (or mononucleosomes) devoid of histone H1.

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Rat liver chromatin was digested by micrococcal nuclease. Chromatin subunits (or mononucleosomes) were isolated by sucrose density gradient and subsequently fractionated by 6% polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis into two major components. One component (MN1) of the mononucleosomes had a higher mobility, contained histones H2A, H2B, H3, H4, and shorter DNA… (More)

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@article{Chan1979IdentificationON, title={Identification of nonhistone chromatin proteins in chromatin subunits (or mononucleosomes) devoid of histone H1.}, author={Pik Kay Chan and C. C. Liew}, journal={Canadian journal of biochemistry}, year={1979}, volume={57 6}, pages={666-72} }