Life and death rest on a bivalent chromatin state


The mammalian brain relies on lifelong function of its diverse neuronal cell types. Most neurons are born only during development and need to be maintained throughout adulthood. A barometer of adult neuronal health is its transcriptional program, which needs to be flexible, to mediate neuronal plasticity, and yet stable, to express a constant set of cell… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nn.4396


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@article{Yang2016LifeAD, title={Life and death rest on a bivalent chromatin state}, author={X William Yang}, journal={Nature Neuroscience}, year={2016}, volume={19}, pages={1271-1273} }