Chromatin and Chromosome Dynamics

Chromatin is a complex of DNA, protein and RNA found in eukaryotic cells. Its essential capacity is bundling long DNA atoms into more minimized, denser designs. This keeps the strands from getting tangled and furthermore assumes significant parts in building up the DNA during cell division, forestalling DNA harm, and directing quality articulation and DNA replication. The dynamic construction of chromatin tweaks other atomic cycles, including record and replication, by changing the availability of the DNA to administrative components.

  • ChIP-seq
  • DNase-seq
  • FAIRE-seq
  • ATAC-seq
  • DNA footprinting

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