William Greenleaf: The DNA Folding Question
Assistant professor, Stanford University School of Medicine
Recommended by Michael Snyder, Stanford University

Greenleaf.jpgEach cell in the human body contains some two meters of DNA, but that length is folded and folded again to fit into a nucleus that is only five microns large.

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