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DNA is wrapped round positively charged proteins known as histones<ref>Youngson RM (2006). Collins Dictionary of Human Biology. Glasgow: HarperCollins.</ref>. The combination of the histone octamer and DNA as a unit is known as a nucleasome<ref>Reece J, Campbell N (2006). Biology. San Francisco: Benjamin Cummings. ISBN 0-8053-6624-5.</ref><references />.
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DNA is wrapped round positively charged [[Proteins|proteins]] known as histones<ref>Youngson RM (2006). Collins Dictionary of Human Biology. Glasgow: HarperCollins.</ref>. The combination of the histone octamer and [[DNA|DNA]] as a unit is known as a [[nucleosome|nucleosome]]<ref>Reece J, Campbell N (2006). Biology. San Francisco: Benjamin Cummings. ISBN 0-8053-6624-5.</ref>.
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Latest revision as of 06:56, 19 October 2018

DNA is wrapped round positively charged proteins known as histones[1]. The combination of the histone octamer and DNA as a unit is known as a nucleosome[2].

References

  1. Youngson RM (2006). Collins Dictionary of Human Biology. Glasgow: HarperCollins.
  2. Reece J, Campbell N (2006). Biology. San Francisco: Benjamin Cummings. ISBN 0-8053-6624-5.
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