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What is histose?

Accordinging to this PBS video I'm watching called "Of Mice and Memory" it says that Histose is the long strand of DNA that is tightly coiled around groups of proteins called Histose...so histose is a group of proteins around DNA.

HOW DO you SAVE wild mice?

If wild mice get into your home, you can buy something called a Mice Cube that will safely trap the mice so you can let them out (away from your house) into their natural habitat. The Mice Cube is a… Full Answer