Spatio-temporal organization of DNA in living cells

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A pinboard by Roman Barth

PhD candidate, TU Delft


DNA is constantly in motion within all of our cells. How can it do so without knotting itself?

The human DNA is about 2 m long when stretched out, but needs to fit inside the cell nucleus which has a diameter of only a few micrometers! To achieve this, our DNA is organized neatly in compartm...