The length of DNA double helix is calculated in a typical mammalian cell (simply by multiplying the total number of bp with distance between two consecutive bp, that is, 6.6 x 109 bp x 0.34 x 10-9m/bp), which approximately comes out to be 2.2 meters. A length that is far greater than the dimension of […]
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