Unrestraining genetic processes with a protein-DNA hinge.

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Genetic processes require direct interactions between proteins bound at nonadjacent cis elements. Because duplex DNA is rigid, either the protein-protein interactions are strong enough to deform the double helix or some feature of the intervening DNA must encourage juxtaposition of separated sites. For example, bent DNA can bring together only certain… (More)

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