Using macromolecular crowding agents to identify weak interactions within DNA replication complexes.




Accessory Proteins/Complexes, Nucleotide Incorporation, Enzyme Substrate Interactions, Methods

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Experiments are described in which a macromolecular crowding agent (PEG) is used as a biochemical tool to probe weak specific interactions within the T4 DNA replication system


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