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One Way or Another? How DNA is Unwound

News   Oct 31, 2019 | Original story from SISSA

 
 One Way or Another? How DNA is Unwound

The 'book of life' must be opened to be read. An international research group sheds light on one of the key mechanisms of cell life by joining computer simulations and lab experiments. The research has been published on PNAS. Credit: Francesco Colizzi.

 
 
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