Journal of Clinical Genomics

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DNA Is Found Inside A Special Area of The Cell Called The Nucleus

In organisms referred to as eukaryotes, DNA is discovered inner a unique region of the cell called the nucleus. due to the fact the cellular could be very small, and due to the fact organisms have many DNA molecules in step with mobile, every DNA molecule have to be tightly packaged. This packaged shape of the DNA is referred to as a chromosome. at some stage in DNA replication, DNA unwinds so it is able to be copied. At other times within the mobile cycle, DNA additionally unwinds in order that its commands may be used to make proteins and for different organic techniques. but during cell division, DNA is in its compact chromosome form to enable switch to new cells. Researchers talk to DNA found inside the cellular's nucleus as nuclear DNA

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