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Most other authors have not made such a correction for residual writhe, relying instead on the approximate calculation of LeBret, 26 according to which molecules below a critical size (roughly 1000 bp) have zero writhe. The result is to make our value of C about 25% larger than that found by other authors for analysis of the same data sets. Taylor and Hagerman 4 have misrepresented our calculation in stating that it is based on an extrapolation of the writhe variance to the long chain limit. The value of C can also be determined from data such as those reported by Shore and Baldwin3 on the dependence of cyclization rate on DNA chain length over an interval of a full helical turn.
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