Multiple single-stranded cis elements are associated with activated chromatin of the human c-myc gene in vivo.

@article{Michelotti1996MultipleSC,
  title={Multiple single-stranded cis elements are associated with activated chromatin of the human c-myc gene in vivo.},
  author={Gregory Alexander Michelotti and Emil F. Michelotti and Andrea Pullner and R Duncan and Dirk Eick and David Levens},
  journal={Molecular and cellular biology},
  year={1996},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={2656-69}
}
Transcription activation and repression of eukaryotic genes are associated with conformational and topological changes of the DNA and chromatin, altering the spectrum of proteins associated with an active gene. Segments of the human c-myc gene possessing non-B structure in vivo located with enzymatic and chemical probes. Sites hypertensive to cleavage with single-strand-specific S1 nuclease or the single-strand-selective agent potassium permanganate included the major promoters P1 and P2 as… CONTINUE READING