Specific DNA

Some articles on specific dna, dna:

DNA-binding Proteins - Non-specific DNA-protein Interactions
... Structural proteins that bind DNA are well-understood examples of non-specific DNA-protein interactions ... Within chromosomes, DNA is held in complexes with structural proteins ... These proteins organize the DNA into a compact structure called chromatin ...
Sohail Qureshi - Publications - Publications
... "Utility of DNA methylation markers for diagnosing cancer" ... "DNMT1 Silencing Affects Locus Specific DNA Methylation and Increases Prostate Cancer Derived PC3 Cell Invasiveness" ... "Down-regulation of DNMT3b in PC3 cells effects locus-specific DNA methylation, and represses cellular growth and migration" ...
DNA-binding Domain - Function
... One or more DNA-binding domains are often part of a larger protein consisting of additional domains with differing function ... The additional domains often regulate the activity of the DNA-binding domain ... The function of DNA binding is either structural or involving transcription regulation, with the two roles sometimes overlapping ...

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