Gene Packaging

May 2011
Science Teacher;May2011, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p22
Academic Journal
The article discusses research on genome-packaging process. It references a study at the Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) which was published in the journal "Science." It discusses the achievement of scientists at Penn State which unveils the building process for the chromosome which laboratory procedure was developed by a team of scientists led by Franklin Pugh, the Willaman chair at Penn State.


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