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Euchromatin : The Packed form of Chromatin

Euchromatin is a lightly packed form of chromatin (DNA, RNA and protein) that is rich in gene concentration, and is often (but not always) under active transcription. Unlike heterochromatin, it is found in both cells with nuclei (eukaryotes) and...

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Heterochromatin: From Chromosome to Protein

The definition of chromatin in eukaryotes, on the contrary of prokaryotes, the DNA is packaged in the form of a nucleoprotein complex called “Chromatin“, which carries the hereditary message. It is located in a nucleus and is organized...

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DNA Damage: The Causes of DNA damage

What are DNA Damage Response? When Watson and crick described the double helix structure of DNA and proposed its semi-conservative replication based on specific base pairings to explain the faithful transmission of genetic information from...

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General Information – Biology MCQ Part 2

Hello CSIR UGC NET aspirants, This is the Model paper series for COMPULSORY paper – A, from the CSIR syllabus – PAPER – I (Part A). This is useful for all aspirants. Check your ability with this model paper series. This is General information...

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General Information – Biology MCQ Part 1

Hello CSIR UGC NET aspirants, This is the Model paper series for COMPULSORY paper – A from the CSIR syllabus – PAPER – I (Part A). This is useful for all aspirants. Check your ability with this model paper series. This is General information...

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General Information MCQ – Chemistry Part 1

Hello CSIR UGC NET aspirants, This is the Model paper series for COMPULSORY paper – A from the CSIR syllabus – PAPER – I (Part A). This is useful for all aspirants. Check your ability with this model paper series. This is General information...

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Cap Structure in mRNA: Basics and Structure

Cap structure in mRNA (Guanyl cap) is a chemical modification of mRNA molecules in eukaryotes, which drastically increases the stability of RNA and important for the transport of the RNA out of the nucleus into the cytoplasm and the subsequent...

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