Episode 5: Everything you thought you knew about the shape of DNA is wrong


The cells in our bodies contain carefully packed strands of DNA that are about 6 feet long. Job Dekker, a biologist at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, says how the strands are folded hold clues to our health and well-being.

A post by science writer Carl Zimmer. Includes a fascinating video. Read the article

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