Insights into DNA hydroxymethylation in the honeybee from in-depth analyses of TET dioxygenase
In mammals, a family of TET enzymes producing oxidized forms of 5-methylcytosine (5mC) plays an important role in modulating DNA demethylation dynamics. In contrast, nothing is known about the function of a single TET orthologue present in invertebrates.
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