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Disproving the Prevailing Theory of How DNA Binds Itself

News   Sep 23, 2019 | Original story from Chalmers University of Technology

 
Disproving the Prevailing Theory of How DNA Binds Itself

CAPTION For DNA to be read, replicated or repaired, DNA molecules must open themselves. This happens when the cells use a catalytic protein to create a hydrophobic environment around the molecule. Credit: Yen Strandqvist/Chalmers University of Technology.

 
 
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