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DNA sterically accessible and inaccessible

Can any one please explain for the meaning of those in the chromatin structure?

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Can any one please explain for the meaning of those in the chromatin structure?

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Its in FA2014 P 66
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Can any one please explain for the meaning of those in the chromatin structure?

Thank you!
Sterically accessible:
I think it means that as the chomosome is less condensed (less coiled), the DNA is easily accessible (exposed) for transcription.
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