DNA — Now in 3D! | GenomeWeb

DNA — Now in 3D!

Researchers have been looking for a way to find out how proteins bind to DNA packets, but so far have only been able to speculate, writes Katherine Harmon in Scientific American's Observations blog. But now, researchers at Penn State use x-ray crystallography to visualize the protein binding for the first time in 3D.

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