Latest Epigenetic landscape Stories
Over the last two decades, scientists have come to understand that the genetic code held within DNA represents only part of the blueprint of life.
Having charted the occurrence of a common chemical change that takes place while stem cells decide their fates and progress from precursor to progeny, a Johns Hopkins-led team of scientists has produced the first-ever epigenetic landscape map for tissue differentiation.
Plant researchers from McGill University and the University of California, Berkeley, have announced a major breakthrough in a developmental process called epigenetics.
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