Where Is DNA Found?

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DNA is found in the nucleus of most cells. Each very long DNA molecule is tightly wound and packaged as a chromosome. Humans have two sets of 23 chromosomes in every cell, thus have a total of 46 chromosomal DNA molecules.
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DNA is found inside of the nucleus in a cell.but in our body where is it found it is found in the white blood cells. :D.
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DNA can be found within a nucleus along with a small portion in the organelles of a cell from an animal, plant, and fungus. Cells of bacteria, and archaea have DNA within their cytoplasm. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNA
Well, in a cell all chromosomal DNA is found inside the nucleus. Some of the DNA is also found in some organelles, such as mitochondria.
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