Question: Nucleosomes form the basis of chromatin structure. They are
capable of being packaged tightly thr…


Nucleosomes form the basis of chromatin structure. They are
capable of being packaged tightly through the use of linker
proteins, providing increasingly condensed chromatin. How might
nucleosomes be arranged to increase chromatin compaction?

A. Binding of histone H1 to the nucleosome.

B. Binding of histone CENP-A to the nucleosome.

C. Incorporation of a histone – chromodomain protein complex
into the nucleosome.

D. Incorporation of a histone – bromodomain protein complex into
the nucleosome.

E. None of the above.

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