Contact: Peter Iglinski
University of Rochester
Caption: Histones (shown in green) in fruit fly embryos. They are stored on lipid droplets (small dots/rings) and -- when needed -- travel to nuclei (large spheres) to package DNA into chromosomes.
Credit: Photo by Zhihuan Li/University of Rochester.
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