DNA Structure and Replication

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What are the differences between chromatin, nucleosomes, and genes?

Chromatin is DNA plus associated protein. Nucleosomes are an example of chromatin structure, where you've got DNA wrapped around a core of histone proteins. And genes are regions of DNA that are transcribed into RNA by RNA polymerases.

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