A re-evaluation of X-ray diffraction patterns of DNA
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Concentric circular lines are present on X-ray diffraction patterns of DNA. They cannot be accounted for by the double helix model. It is suggested that they may indicate the presence of double helical side chains.
KeywordsBiophysics VOLUMe Double Helix Layer Line Helical Line Photographic Plate
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