Nucleosome reconstruction via phosphorus mapping.
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Nucleosome reconstruction via phosphorus mapping. by George Harauz

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Bases 20 40 60 80 2B 80 2B 40 20 2B Title: Nucleosome Reconstruction Via Phosphorus Mapping Created Date: Z. Abstract Electron spectroscopic imaging was combined with reconstruction algorithms to derive the three-dimensional structure of the nucleosome core particle to a resolution of nanometers. Images of phosphorus distributions within individual nucleosomes were . Computer Visualization of Volume Data in Electron Tomography. Authors; Authors and affiliations (). Nucleosome reconstruction via phosphorus mapping. Science – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar. Heffernan, P. B. and Robb, R. A. (). Leith A. () Computer Visualization of Volume Data in Electron Tomography. In: Frank Cited by: 9.   Nucleosome reconstruction via phosphorus mapping. Harauz G, Ottensmeyer FP. Science, (), 01 Nov Cited by Nucleosome distribution and linker DNA: connecting nuclear function to dynamic chromatin structure. Szerlong HJ, .

Visualization of differential neurofilament phosphorylation in the pre- and postsynaptic axoplasm of the squid giant synapse: An electron spectroscopic study Harauz G. and Ottensmeyer F. P. () Nucleosome reconstruction via phosphorus mapping. Science , Ottensmeyer some reconstruction via phosphorus Cited by: 5. Since DNA within the nucleosome contains ia high concentration of phosphorus whereas histone proteins do not, the nucleosome structure is amenable to microanalytical ~lectrou energy loss mapping of phosphorus to delineate the DNA within the protein nucleic acid somes associated with transcriptionally active genes were separated Cited by: An average nucleosome height of +/- nm was determined. A virtual cross section at half-maximum height of the nucleosome structure was used for a characterization of the nucleosome geometry. The shape of this cross section was best described by an ellipse with an aspect ratio (major/minor axis) of approximately Cited by: Citation: Liu CL, Kaplan T, Kim M, Buratows ki S, Schreiber SL, et al. () Single-nucleosome mapping of histone modifications in S. cerevisiae. PLoS Biol 3(10): e Introduction.

  Flaus, A. & Richmond, T. J. Base-pair resolution mapping of nucleosome positions using site-directed hydroxy radicals. Methods Enzymol. , – () CAS. Even though mapping nucleosome positions genome-wide is nowadays possible through various high-throughput approaches [1,2,3, 4], it is well established that the large majority of nucleosome. Article Insights into Nucleosome Organization in Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells through Chemical Mapping Lilien N. Voong,1,3 Liqun Xi,2,3 Amy C. Sebeson,1 Bin Xiong,2 Ji-Ping Wang,2,* and Xiaozhong Wang1,4,* 1Department of Molecular Biosciences, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL , USA 2Department of Statistics, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL , USA. For example, phosphorus mapping studies made it possible to reconstruct supercoiled DNA strands in nucleosomes (HARAUZ and OTTENSMEYER ), to reveal the pattern of phosphorylation of neurofilaments (SCHILLING et al., in press), and to document marked differences in the phosphorus contents of liver lysosomes (KOPF-MAIER ).Cited by: 5.