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A butterfly flutters by

Baltimore, David and Beg, Amer A. (1995) A butterfly flutters by. Nature, 373 (6512). pp. 287-288. ISSN 0028-0836. doi:10.1038/373287a0.

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The miracle of X-ray crystallography has brought forth from the chrysalis of NF-κB a butterfly that grips DNA by enveloping it. Two laboratories have solved the biggest DNA-binding domain yet to yield to the combined power of modern X-ray sources, detectors and computers, that of a dimer of the p50 subunit of NF-κB.

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Additional Information:© 1995 Nature Publishing Group. Issue Date: 26 January 1995.
Issue or Number:6512
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Official Citation:Baltimore, D., Beg, A. A butterfly flutters by. Nature 373, 287–288 (1995).
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