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    Telomeres

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    The 46 human chromosomes are shown in blue, with the telomeres appearing as white pinpoints. The DNA has already been copied, so each chromosome is actually made up of two identical lengths of DNA, each with its own two telomeres.
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    Internal NoteFrom AZM. Padilla-Nash and Ried are NCI intramural researchers. Ried is the senior researcher.
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    SourceHesed Padilla-Nash and Thomas Ried, the National Cancer Institute, a part of NIH
    Date2009-07-13 00:00:00
    Credit LineHesed Padilla-Nash and Thomas Ried
    InvestigatorHesed Padilla-Nash and Thomas Ried, NCI
    Record TypePhotograph
    Topic Area(s);#Genes;#
    Previous Uses- The Structures of Life chapter 5 (p. 65) - 2009 Nobel Laureate announcement - [2-10: being considered for new NIGMS mini-brochure]
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