/ Histone type: H1

H1 is the linker histone. Associates with the nucleosome core and linker DNA near the DNA entry-exit points. The resulting particle is called chromatosome. H1-histone is lysine rich, has long disordered C-terminal tail and a short N-terminal tail. The globular domain has three helices and a wing, so-called "winged helix" motif.
Keys: red - identical residues, blue - different residues (if more than one sequence). For feature legend see summary tab.
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Features characteristic for a given histone type/variant are marked below the consensus sequence. For feature description see summary tabs of the corresponding variants pages.
Keys: red - 80% identical, blue - 50% identical columns. X-ambigous positions in consensus sequence.