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  • The many length-scales of DNA packaging: The building block of chromatin is the nucleosome (blue discs), which is folded and twisted to higher levels of genome organisation, up to mitotic chromosomes (red). Mixed media artwork by Shelagh Boyle Volume 63, Issue 1 Volume 63, Issue 1 April 2019 Cover image

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    The many length-scales of DNA packaging: The building block of chromatin is the nucleosome (blue discs), which is folded and twisted to higher levels of genome organisation, up to mitotic chromosomes (red). Mixed media artwork by Shelagh Boyle

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  • Single cell biology is a new field combining multiple disciplines and using newly developed techniques to explore and understand life at the level of a single cell. This issue contains reviews on single cell imaging, single-cell RNA sequencing, controlling protein functions in cells and CRISPR-based immune defence.
 Volume 63, Issue 2 Volume 63, Issue 2 July 2019 Cover image

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    Single cell biology is a new field combining multiple disciplines and using newly developed techniques to explore and understand life at the level of a single cell. This issue contains reviews on single cell imaging, single-cell RNA sequencing, controlling protein functions in cells and CRISPR-based immune defence.

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  • Mosaic panels show cells (indicated by nuclei in blue) surrounded by immunofluorescently stained extracellular matrix fibrils and are over-laid with (from the top), diagram of cross-linked collagen molecules (see article by Piersma and Bank), schematic of laminin molecule (see article by Hohenester) and model of tissue transglutaminase active site (see article by Draper et al.) to exemplify the complexity of protein interactions that build the extracellular matrix. Read more about the extracellular matrix in the latest issue of <i>Essays in Biochemistry</i> (volume 63, issue 3). Volume 63, Issue 3 Volume 63, Issue 3 September 2019 Cover image

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    Mosaic panels show cells (indicated by nuclei in blue) surrounded by immunofluorescently stained extracellular matrix fibrils and are over-laid with (from the top), diagram of cross-linked collagen molecules (see article by Piersma and Bank), schematic of laminin molecule (see article by Hohenester) and model of tissue transglutaminase active site (see article by Draper et al.) to exemplify the complexity of protein interactions that build the extracellular matrix. Read more about the extracellular matrix in the latest issue of Essays in Biochemistry (volume 63, issue 3).

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  • The Understanding Biochemistry issues of <i>Essays in Biochemistry</i> provide informative and accessible up-to-date overviews of key areas of biochemistry for post-16 students, teachers and undergraduates. Volume 63, Issue 4 Volume 63, Issue 4 October 2019 Cover image

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    The Understanding Biochemistry issues of Essays in Biochemistry provide informative and accessible up-to-date overviews of key areas of biochemistry for post-16 students, teachers and undergraduates.

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