How and why DNA is moving and what it can tell us about the cell

Last updated 17th Feb 2020 1 follower
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PhD candidate, TU Delft


DNA is constantly in motion within all of our body's cells. How can it do this without knotting itself? And more importantly, why does it do it? Next-generation optical microscopy can answer these questions!

Each one of our body’s cells is unique: each cell contains a different composition of proteins and thus behaves slightly differently. Yet each cell has the same ‘template’ to life – our DNA. Unders...