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Histone-like nucleoid-structuring protein

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Histone-like nucleoid-structuring protein

H-NS histone family
solution structure of the oligomerization domain of the bacterial chromatin-structuring protein h-ns
Symbol Histone_HNS
Pfam PF00816
InterPro IPR001801
SCOP 1hns

In molecular biology, the histone-like nucleoid-structuring (H-NS) protein belongs to a family of bacterial proteins that play a role in the formation of nucleoid structure and affect gene expression under certain conditions.[1]


  1. ^ Shindo H, Iwaki T, Ieda R, Kurumizaka H, Ueguchi C, Mizuno T, Morikawa S, Nakamura H, Kuboniwa H (February 1995). "Solution structure of the DNA binding domain of a nucleoid-associated protein, H-NS, from Escherichia coli". FEBS Lett. 360 (2): 125–31.  

This article incorporates text from the public domain Pfam and InterPro IPR001801

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