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The Ubiquitous Chromatin Protein DEK Alters the Structure of DNA by Introducing Positive Supercoils

The Ubiquitous Chromatin Protein DEK Alters the Structure of DNA by Introducing Positive Supercoils

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WALDMANN, Tanja, Carmen ECKERICH, Martina BAACK, Claudia GRUSS, 2002. The Ubiquitous Chromatin Protein DEK Alters the Structure of DNA by Introducing Positive Supercoils. In: The Journal of Biological Chemistry : JBC. 277(28), pp. 24988-24994. ISSN 0021-9258. eISSN 1083-351X

@article{Waldmann2002-07-12Ubiqu-38555, title={The Ubiquitous Chromatin Protein DEK Alters the Structure of DNA by Introducing Positive Supercoils}, year={2002}, doi={10.1074/jbc.M204045200}, number={28}, volume={277}, issn={0021-9258}, journal={The Journal of Biological Chemistry : JBC}, pages={24988--24994}, author={Waldmann, Tanja and Eckerich, Carmen and Baack, Martina and Gruss, Claudia} }

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