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High-resolution three-dimensional models of Caulobacter crescentus nucleoid structures were generated via a multi-scale modeling protocol. Models were built as a plectonemically supercoiled circular DNA and by incorporating chromosome conformation capture based data to generate an ensemble of base pair resolution models consistent with the experimental data. Significant structural variability was found with different degrees of bending and twisting but with overall similar topologies and shapesdoi:10.1093/nar/gky141 pmid:29529244 pmcid:PMC5934669 fatcat:q2p77xwc2je2jc533227w3pxfm