When DNA gets sent to time-out | Health4News

IMAGE: In mouse cells, the YY1 protein binds to a segment of DNA (green), leading it to attach to the lamina (red) at the edge of the nucleus.
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Credit: Reddy Lab, Johns Hopkins Medicine

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When DNA gets sent to time-out

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