PMID: 465459Jul 10, 1979Paper

Location of histone lysyl residues modified by in vitro acetylation of chromatin

Biochemistry
L O Tack, R T Simpson

Abstract

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May 1, 1980·Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics·A D Mirzabekov
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