The histone wrap around groups of histone and nucleosome coil up and forms a fiber
NO,in place of histone protien prolamin is present which act as histone analog in prokaryotes.
A histone-DNA complex is called a nucleosome.
what is the major function of a histone protein
what are the sources of histone binding protien RbAp48
Since phosphate groups have a negative charge, adding them to histone tails neutralizes them and probably reduces their affinity for DNA. It might contribute to transcription because it stimulates histone acetyltransferases which cause histone acetylation and enhance transcription.
the number of histone subunits in a nucleosome is?
histone are nonprotienous
No, it does not.
generally chromatin is made up of histone protein+DNA in case of prokaryotes histone is absent
A Histone Core is a group of Histone Proteins, mainly used in eukaryotes to package DNA strands into Nucleosomes. (Think of it like a spool for the DNA to wrap around, to be easily stored on a shelf)
Histone acetylation loosens chromatin structure