What Is the Function of Chromatin?


Chromatin is responsible for transferring the DNA blueprints of a cell over to the RNA, protein and other DNA copies. It makes sure that each part of the blueprint is accurate.
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Chromatin is a compacted string of all a cell's DNA and is found in the nucleus. Chromosomes are formed from chromatin.
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