How environmental effects regulate genes

Swiss researchers provide evidence that a protein in the cell nucleus responds to environmental stimuli like a kind of sensor, regulates genes accordingly and thus exchanges information with the cell memory. And that’s not all: cancer drugs that are currently being tested inhibit precisely this protein – and, thanks to new findings, soon maybe even more specifically.

View the original article here: How environmental effects regulate genes – phys.org

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