This Week in Science

In this week's Science, a Harvard University-led team reports a new imaging technique for examining the layout of chromatin in individual chromosomes. The approach enables direct imaging and tracing of numerous genomic regions in individual chromosomes in situ, allowing for single-molecule analyses of chromatin organization that had not previously been possible. The researchers demonstrate their technique to reveal a number of new principles of chromatin organization.

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