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Histones are the simple protein which when combines with a nucleic acid form nucleoprotein.enlightened

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1. Histones are the proteins, present in the nucleus.

2. They combine with nucleic acid to form nucleoproteins.

3. These histone proteins are mainly divided into H1, H2A, H2B, H3 and H4.... These proteins are directly or indirectly involved during transcription, replication..

4. They play a main role in the inflammation.

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