Magnetic tweezers for the study of DNA tracking motors.

@article{Manosas2010MagneticTF,
  title={Magnetic tweezers for the study of DNA tracking motors.},
  author={Maria Manosas and Adrien Meglio and Michelle M. Spiering and Fangyuan Ding and Stephen J Benkovic and François-Xavier Barre and Omar A Saleh and Jean François Allemand and David Bensimon and Vincent Croquette},
  journal={Methods in enzymology},
  year={2010},
  volume={475},
  pages={297-320}
}
Single-molecule manipulation methods have opened a new vista on the study of molecular motors. Here we describe the use of magnetic traps for the investigation of the mechanism of DNA based motors, in particular helicases and translocases. 

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