Can A microscope see DNA? Short fast 1 minute answer

DNA structure and function is very unique and special. This structure in a special condition can be colored by chemical agents in the biotech lab.

Given that DNA molecules are found inside the cells, they are too small to be seen with the naked eye. … While it is possible to see the nucleus (containing DNA) using a light microscope, DNA strands/threads can only be viewed using microscopes that allow for higher resolution.

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