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Protein rings that connect our chromosomes

Researchers from the Molodtsov and Uhlmann labs reveal how a family of ring-shaped protein complexes covert DNA into iconic x-shaped chromosomes and how they respond to external forces.
1 Nov 2023
Written by Katherine Denyer
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Credit: Martin Krzywinski (Canada’s Michael Smith Genome Sciences Center).
Credit: Martin Krzywinski (Canada’s Michael Smith Genome Sciences Center).

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