Why do histones bind tightly to DNA?
a. Both histones and DNA are strongly hydrophobic
b. Both histones and DNA are negatively charged
c. Histones are neutrally charged
d. Histones are negatively charged, and DNA is positively charged
e. Histones are positively charged, and DNA is negatively charged
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