Imprinted genes and satellite loci are differentially methylated in bovine somatic cell nuclear transfer clones.

@article{Shen2013ImprintedGA,
  title={Imprinted genes and satellite loci are differentially methylated in bovine somatic cell nuclear transfer clones.},
  author={Chih-Jie Shen and Chiao-Chieh Lin and Perng-chih Shen and Winston T. K. Cheng and H. L. Chen and T. H. Chang and Shyh-Shyan Liu and Chuan-Mu Chen},
  journal={Cellular reprogramming},
  year={2013},
  volume={15 5},
  pages={
          413-24
        }
}
In mammals, genome-wide epigenetic reprogramming systems exist in primordial germ cells and zygotes. These reprogramming systems play crucial roles in regulating genome functions during critical stages of embryonic development, and they confer the stability of gene expression during mammalian development. The frequent unexpected loss of progeny from somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) is an ongoing problem. In this study, we used six cloned bovines (named NT-1 to NT-6), which were created by… CONTINUE READING

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