Epigenetic control of inducible gene expression in the immune system
It has been well documented that active genes, and their promoters and enhancers have a different chromatin or epigenomic environment compared with unexpressed genes. In addition, the epigenome may influence not only which genes are expressed, but also which genes can be induced in response to activation or differentiation signals. Immune cells respond to activation signals by rapidly inducing the expression of specific gene sets, and therefore this is a good system in which to examine the role...[Show more]
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