These methods have revealed that mtDNA nucleoids are commonly oblate spheroids with axial dimensions of about 100C130 nm or sometimes larger, irregular complexes nestled between adjacent folds of the mitochondrial cristae (49)

These methods have revealed that mtDNA nucleoids are commonly oblate spheroids with axial dimensions of about 100C130 nm or sometimes larger, irregular complexes nestled between adjacent folds of the mitochondrial cristae (49). These recent imaging studies, along with our results (Figs. respect, it is interesting to note that a candida homolog of KsgA, Dim1p, can …
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