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||P.1339 right column 2nd paragraph:"As shown in Figure 2C, the ejection process is characterized by a loss of fluorescence intensity in the phage and a concomitant increase in fluorescence in the cellular interior (Figure 2D representative Movies S1 and S2).
The fluorescence inside the cell is diffuse: this reflects the dye molecules unbinding kinetics from the phage DNA (residence time ~1 s [primary source]) and redistributing themselves along the host genome, as verified in the Supplemental Experimental Procedures (Figures S3B and S3C)." Primary source p.3560 right column:"As shown in Figure 6a, with [investigators'] universal staining protocol of using 500 nM SYTOX Orange to stain a wide range of DNA concentrations, binding equilibrium can be reached in less than 1s."