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Analysis of the role of PCNA-DNA contacts during clamp loading

Randall McNally, Gregory D Bowman, Eric R Goedken, Mike O'Donnell and John Kuriyan*

BMC Structural Biology 2010, 10:3  doi:10.1186/1472-6807-10-3

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Chosen DNA sequence

Francisco Blanco   (2010-10-26 09:50)  CIC bioGUNE email

I was not able to find in the text (or to track back in the references) the choice of the particular nucleotide sequence of the DNA duplex used to crystallize the complexes of both yeast PCNA (this work) and E coli beta-clamp (reported in Cell. 2008 Jan 11;132(1):43-54.).

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