Epigenetics

Epigenetics is a biological mechanism exhibiting functionally relevant changes to the genome that does not involve changes in the DNA sequences. Epigenetics controls the gene expression through the action of repressor protein that attaches to silencer regions of the DNA, switching between turn on and off of a gene, leading to alteration in the chromosomal regions. 

  • Behavioral epigenetics
  • Computational epigenetics
  • Nutriepigenomics
  • Epigenetic therapy
  • Epigenetics of neurodegenerative diseases

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