SCN- binding to the charged lysines of histone end domains mimics acetylation and shows the major histone-DNA interactions involved in eu and heterochromatin stabilization

Eligio Patrone, Rosella Coradeghini, Paola Barboro, Cristina D'Arrigo, Michele Mormino, Silvio Parodi, Cecilia Balbi

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