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Roger Kornberg, clip 4

Dr. Kornberg is a Professor of Structural Biology at Stanford University's school of medicine. He did pioneer work on chromatin structure, and is now working on gene regulation and control.
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16640. Video 29: Roger Kornberg, clip 2
Hierarchy of levels of chromatin condensation.
16641. Video 29: Roger Kornberg, clip 3
Packing ratio of DNA.
16643. Video 29: Roger Kornberg, clip 5
Mechanism of regulation for prokaryotes vs. eukaryotes.
16639. Video 29: Roger Kornberg, clip 1
Early experiences with science.
16644. Biography 29: Roger Kornberg (1947 - )
In 1974, Roger Kornberg worked out the importance of histones to chromatin structure.
16034. Roger Kornberg, 1974
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15887. DNA packaging
DNA is coiled around proteins and packaged as chromatin within the nucleus of cells. Aaron Klug and Roger Kornberg figured out the structure of chromatin. It has been proposed that the coiling (or rather uncoiling) of DNA is a way of controlling the pro
16631. Gallery 29: Roger Kornberg, 1980s
Roger Kornberg, 1980s.
16629. Gallery 29: Roger Kornberg, 1970s
Roger Kornberg in his laboratory, 1970s.
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