Secret To Night Vision Found In DNA’s Unconventional ‘Architecture’

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Researchers have discovered an important element for making night vision possible in nocturnal mammals: the DNA within the photoreceptor rod cells responsible for low light vision is packaged in a very unconventional way, according to a report in the April 17th issue of Cell.

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