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Posted 06 March 2001 - 10:00 PM

From: Marina Valenti
email: mvca@yahoo.com
Category: DNA-Related

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Dear netter

For DNase I footprinting assay, the protected area is defined as those regions whereno band or low band intensity is visible compared to probe without protein protection.However, some published papers defined those seemly no differences area (between absenceand presence of protein) also as protection. Is there any other rules to explainfootprinting data?

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