Epigenetics II: Cellular memory, imprinting, and targeting genome configuration

| | July 17, 2012
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This is number two in my series of blogs on epigenetic control of genome restructuring and hereditary transmission of traits modified by life history events. We are going to take a detour through some classic bacterial genetics history, but it will ultimately bring us back, with new insights, to the kind of epigenetic regulation covered in the previous blog.

View the original article here: Epigenetics II: Cellular Memory, Imprinting, and Targeting Genome … – Huffington Post

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