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How does formaldehyde cause protein-DNA crosslinking?
How does formaldehyde cause protein-DNA crosslinking? I would guess it's because the strongly polar water molecule interacts strongly with polar residues on a protein-DNA complex, and adding a less ...
Feb 3 '13 at 4:58
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