Molecular Biology Visualization of DNA (Animation)

Posted on: January 15, 2008

This is a very informative animation of how DNA is packaged and replicated within the cell nucleus.  [Youtube=] 

6 Responses to "Molecular Biology Visualization of DNA (Animation)"

That’s an incredible animation.

[…] Inside the Nucleus to See How DNA Replicates Posted on January 19, 2008 by PoliTech Via the Biosingularity Blog: In this video see an animation of DNA Wrapping and also a neat visualization of how DNA is […]

What are the strange sound effects?
Is it some audible-rendition of molecular movement?
or just weird noise?

It is the creation of information that is beautiful,and how that information interacts.

respected sir,
i am a student of biochemistry/molecular biology and would like to have these animation sharp clear my concepts about molecular biology.Please mail or allow me to download all realated information.
with regards
faisal sulatn

That’s amazing, I’ve read about how it works but never imagined it like this. People should take heed of this animation with regard to how complex life is, I’ll never forget this.

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