Epigenomic communication systems in humans and honey bees: From molecules to behavior
A 2010 Nature editorial entitled ". Time for the Epigenome" trumpets the appearance of the International Human Epigenome Consortium and likens it to Biology's equivalent of the Large Hadron Collider. It strongly endorses the viewpoint that selective modifications of "marks" on DNA and histones constitute the crucial codes of life, a proposition which is hotly contested (Ptashne et al., in 2010). This proposition reflects the current mindset that DNA and histone modifications are the prime...[Show more]
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