# Biomod/2011/TUM/TNT/Results

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TEM Image Analysis

TEM Image Analysis

- When we inspected the structure in the TEM, we saw a spread of the arms in the uprightly orientated structures (figure 1). The magnitude of this spread seemed to be correlated to the amount of DNA binding molecules in solution. + When we inspected the structure in the TEM, we saw a spread of the arms in the uprightly orientated structures (figure 3). The magnitude of this spread seemed to be correlated to the amount of DNA binding molecules. - [[Image:No twist control side view.png|left |350px |thumb|Side view of BM2 without DNA-binders.]] + [[Image:No twist control side view.png|left |350px |thumb|Figure 3a Side view of BM2 without DNA-binders.]] - [[Image:Twist_EtBr_7bp_side_view.png|right|350px|thumb|Side view of BM2 with one EtBr molecule every 7bp.]] + [[Image:Twist_EtBr_7bp_side_view.png|right|350px|thumb|Figure 3b Side view of BM2 with one EtBr molecule every 7bp.]] {{-}} {{-}}

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