Long Noncoding RNAs, Chromatin, and Development

  title={Long Noncoding RNAs, Chromatin, and Development},
  author={Daniel Paul Caley and Ryan Charles Pink and Daniel Trujillano and David Raul Francisco Carter},
The way in which the genome of a multicellular organism can orchestrate the differentiation of trillions of cells and many organs, all from a single fertilized egg, is the subject of intense study. Different cell types can be defined by the networks of genes they express. This differential expression is regulated at the epigenetic level by chromatin modifications, such as DNA and histone methylation, which interact with structural and enzymatic proteins, resulting in the activation or silencing… CONTINUE READING

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