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Electron micrograph of chromatin

Electron micrograph of chromatin
Description:
Electron micrograph of the 10-nm fiber.
Keywords:
electron micrograph, 10-nm fiber
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16637. Gallery 29: Electron micrograph of chromatin (1)
Electron micrograph of the 30-nm fiber.
16627. Animation 29: DNA is packaged in a chromosome.
Roger Kornberg explains his work with Aaron Klug on histones, which bind DNA to form chromatin.
16767. Gallery 37: Normal Drosophila Head, electron micrograph
Scanning electron micrograph of the head a normal Drosophila.
16649. Gallery 30: An electron micrograph of a mouse liver cell
An electron micrograph of a mouse liver cell. Magnification approximately 12,000 times.
16768. Gallery 37: Antennapedia Drosophila Head, electron micrograph
Scanning electron micrograph of the head a Drosophila mutant for the antennapedia gene.
16533. Gallery 24: Electron micrograph of RNA/DNA hybrid
This was one of the original photos that Roberts and his group used for analyzing their results.
16638. Gallery 29: Chromosome with histone stripped
Electron micrograph of the DNA and the protein scaffold left over from one chromosome (insert) with all the histone stripped out.
16645. Problem 29: DNA is packaged in a chromosome.
Test your understanding of chromosome packaging.
16540. Video 24: Richard Roberts, clip 4
Describing the set up of the electron micrograph experiments.
16539. Video 24: Richard Roberts, clip 3
Describing the early experimental evidence for "interrupted" RNA transcripts that went on to suggest the subsequent electron micrograph studies.
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