In a nutshell, epigenetics is additional information layered on top of our genetic code—information that determines how that genetic code is used. It tells a liver cell to do liver things and a brain cell to do brain things.Read More
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"what is epigenetics?"
To regenerate damaged muscle tissue, muscle stem cells must be turned into functional muscle cells–a process that requires control of gene expression through
Harnessing new CRISPR epigenome editing toolkits has allowed scientists to begin to understand the function of epigenetic landscapes in living organisms.
For those who have not experienced drug addiction, it can be easy to view the disease as a choice—but research shows that epigenetics plays an important role.
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