Question: (Closed) why nucleosome spacing is longer in heterochromatin than euchromatin
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ben.kunfang0 wrote:

Heterochromatin is defined as tightly packed form of DNA. But some experiments show that the average spacing of nucleosomes associated with H3K9me3 and H3K27me3, both heterochromatin marks, are longer than those with euchromatin marks. why packed DNA has longer spacing?

ADD COMMENTlink written 3 months ago by ben.kunfang0

when talking about Heterochromatin, is it constitutive Heterochromatin or facultative Heterochromatin?

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