Monday 15 April 2024

New video posted: DNA Packaging - how do we package DNA into the nucleus?

In the video, I examine how the long DNA molecule is packaged into the relatively small nucleus of a cell. I examine how DNA is broken up into chromosomes, how the DNA wraps around the histones to form nucleosomes and chromatosomes, and finally, chromatin.

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