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dimethyl sulfate protection


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A method for identifying specific points of contact between a protein (such as RNA polymerase) and DNA based on the principle that, within an endonuclease-protected region (see DNAase protection), the adenines and guanines in the site of contact are not available to be methylated by exposure to dimethyl sulfate.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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