Nucleosomes, Histones & Chromatin Part B

Edited by

  • Carl Wu, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD
  • C. Allis, The Rockefeller University, New York, NY

This new volume of Methods in Enzymology continues the legacy of this premier serial by containing quality chapters authored by leaders in the field. The volume covers nucleosomes, histones and chromatin and has chapters on dynamic mapping of histone-DNA interactions in nucleosomes by unzipping single molecules of DNA, digital DNase technology, and genome-wide analysis of chromatin transition.
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Biochemists, biophysicists, molecular biologists, analytical chemists, and physiologists


Book information

  • Published: September 2012
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-391938-0

Table of Contents

18. TBC

  Anjana Rao

19. Quantitative affinity measurements for chromatin binding modules and their cognate marks-- pull-downs/ITC/FP/SPR

  Alex J. Ruthenburg

20. TBC

  Yang Shi

21. Modified Lysine Analogs for the study of chromatin modifying enzymes and nucleosome structure

  Kevin Shokat and Matthew D. Simon

22. Map the exact polydenylation site of mRNA transcripts

  Lars M. Steinmetz

23. Analysis of the mechanism of chromatin remodeling by

  Vasily M. Studitsky

24. TBC

  Michiel Vermeulen

25. Dynamic mapping of histone-DNA interactions in nucleosomes by unzipping single molecules of DNA

  Michelle D. Wang

26. Mechanisms of ATP-dependent chromatin remodelling revealed by high-resolution optical tweezers

  Yongli Zhang

27. Enzymatic analysis of the Tet proteins by TLC and mass spectrometry

  Yi Zhang

28. Investigating histone modifications using quantitative mass spectrometry

  Bing Zhu

29. Single-molecule studies of chromatin remodeling

  Xiaowei Zhuang

30. Genome-wide mapping of nucleosomes, chromatin modifications and chromatin-modifying enzymes

  Keji Zhao

31. Digital DNase technology

  John Stamatoyannopoulos

32. Genome-wide Analysis of Chromatin Transitions; Integration of Static and Dynamic Approaches

  Gordon Hager

33. Mapping the transcription machinery on the yeast genome

  Patrick Cramer

34. TBC

  Bradley R. Cairns