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Continuous chromatin changes

DNA is packaged in the cell as chromatin, which folds into organized domains. Mapping of chromatin contacts in single cells sheds light on the dynamic evolution of these domains between cell divisions. See Article p.61

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Figure 1: Changes in dynamic chromosome folding during interphase.

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