1D diffusion rate (along DNA) ~0.05: 3D diffusion rate (cytoplasmic) ~3 μm^2/sec
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||P.311 left column bottom paragraph: "In a series of single-molecule studies in vitro, 1D diffusion has been directly observed for fluorescently labelled transcription factors and other DNA-binding proteins along nonspecific DNA under a microscope [refs 44-49]."
||P.311 left column bottom paragraph: "The observed 1D diffusion rate (of the order of 0.05µm^2/s) is much slower than the 3D diffusion in a living cell (~3µm^2/s) because the 1D diffusion of the transcription factor is coupled to simultaneous rotation around the DNA, tracking the pitch of the DNA double helix [primary sources]."