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0 M NaCI (42). At lower salt concentrations, the octamer further-dissociates into an (H3-H4)2 tetramer and two H2a-H2b dimers through a hexameric intermediate (13). Studies of the association between H3 and H4 and between H2a and H2b confirm that strong pairs are formed whether the his tones are from the same species or whether histones from protozoa, fungi, plants, and vertebrates are mixed (10,34). Also, cross-linking studies show that these pair his tones are in contact within chromatin (5,30).

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