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Studies on nucleic acid reassociation kinetics: V. Effects of disparity in tracer and driver fragment lengths

Nucleic Acids Research

Jun 1, 1978

M E ChamberlinE H Davidson

PMID: 353738

Abstract

Measurements are described of the kinetics of nucleic acid strand pair reassociation where the complementary strands are of different lengths and are present in different concentrations. Rate constants for the reaction of labelled fragments ("tracer") with excess complementary strands (...read more

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Alkalescens-Dispar Group
Nucleic Acid Renaturation
DNA, Viral
Pseudo brand of pseudoephedrine
Plasmids
Nucleic Acids
Fragments
Nucleic Acid Strand
Coliphages
Escherichia coli
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Studies on nucleic acid reassociation kinetics: V. Effects of disparity in tracer and driver fragment lengths

Nucleic Acids Research

Jun 1, 1978

M E ChamberlinE H Davidson

PMID: 353738

DOI:

Abstract

Measurements are described of the kinetics of nucleic acid strand pair reassociation where the complementary strands are of different lengths and are present in different concentrations. Rate constants for the reaction of labelled fragments ("tracer") with excess complementary strands (...read more

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Alkalescens-Dispar Group
Nucleic Acid Renaturation
DNA, Viral
Pseudo brand of pseudoephedrine
Plasmids
Nucleic Acids
Fragments
Nucleic Acid Strand
Coliphages
Escherichia coli

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