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AFM in situ DNA

AFM in situ DNA diagram by Li et al, PLOS One
Li et al, PLOS One

AFM in situ DNA describes in situ analysis (or study) of DNA using atomic force microscopy. Discover the latest research on AFM in situ DNA here.

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The Journal of Biological Chemistry

Single-molecule level structural dynamics of DNA unwinding by human mitochondrial Twinkle helicase

The Journal of Biological ChemistryMarch 28, 2020
Parminder KaurWilliam C Copeland
Nucleic Acids Research

Infrared nanospectroscopic mapping of a single metaphase chromosome

Nucleic Acids ResearchSeptember 29, 2019
Ewelina LipiecWojciech M Kwiatek

Efficient DNA Condensation by a C3 -Symmetric Codeine Scaffold

ChemPlusChemJanuary 18, 2020
Natasha McStayAndrew Kellett
European Journal of Immunology

Guidelines for the use of flow cytometry and cell sorting in immunological studies (second edition)

European Journal of ImmunologyOctober 22, 2019
Andrea CossarizzaArturo Zychlinsky
Chemical Science

Functionalized DNA nanostructures as scaffolds for guided mineralization

Chemical ScienceFebruary 15, 2020
Francesca KimKarina Carneiro

Loss of Vimentin Enhances Cell Motility through Small Confining Spaces

SmallNovember 14, 2019
Alison E PattesonPaul A Janmey
Nature Communications

Structural basis of nucleosome assembly by the Abo1 AAA+ ATPase histone chaperone

Nature CommunicationsDecember 19, 2019
Carol ChoJi-Joon Song
International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Different Effects of Cisplatin and Transplatin on the Higher-Order Structure of DNA and Gene Expression

International Journal of Molecular SciencesDecember 22, 2019
Toshifumi KishimotoSeiji Komeda
Physical Biology

A biomechanical model for the transendothelial migration of cancer cells

Physical BiologyFebruary 5, 2020
S M Amin ArefiJames J Feng

Protein-coated dsDNA nanostars with high structural rigidity and high enzymatic and thermal stability

NanoscaleOctober 4, 2019
Eddie G Sanchez-RuedaArmando Hernandez-Garcia

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