Carbohydrates and Low-Carb Diets
Why do proteins and DNA absorb light in the UV region?
DNA absorbs UV light because of the aromatic rings of purines
and pirimidines in its structure. DNA absorbs UV light because of
the aromatic rings of purines and pirimidines in its structure.
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How does EMSA electromobility shift assay measure whether the protein bends DNA?
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What proteins might be associated with DNA in the cell?
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How does the nucleus control which proteins are made by the ribosomes?
Does DNA contain proteins?
DNA are not chemically having protein. But DNA are coiled to chromatin structures by proteins called histones. DNA can interact with proteins for various reason including DNA replication. DNA are not chemically bonded with proteins. But they do interact with protins for various process including DNA replication. In nucleus, DNA coiled to form chromatin structures by histone proteins.