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3-D Packaging of DNA Regulates Cell Identity

News   Oct 13, 2017 | Original story from Penn Medicine

 
3-D Packaging of DNA Regulates Cell Identity

The illustration represents the interior of the nucleus where individual cell fate is determined by which gene programs are available, while others are stored away in an inaccessible molecular closet. Credit: Kate Isenberg

 
 
 

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