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Department of Biochemistry

 
Phase-separated dense liquid droplets formed from histone H1 C-terminal tail/DNA complexes
Read more at: Department Research Day 2014
Department of Biochemistry news archive

Department Research Day 2014

On 13th January 2014 the Department held its annual Research Day.


Read more at: Potential therapeutic targets for stroke and dementia
Department of Biochemistry news archive

Potential therapeutic targets for stroke and dementia

The Brown Group and collaborators have published a new paper in PNAS.


Read more at: Dual mode gene reporter enhances imaging
Department of Biochemistry news archive

Dual mode gene reporter enhances imaging

The Brindle Group and collaborators have published a new paper in PNAS.


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Phase-separated dense liquid droplets formed from histone H1 C-terminal tail/DNA complexes, viewed under a microscope.

Credit: Matthew Watson and Ian Hu, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge.