Parental genomic imprinting.

Abstract

Parental, or genomic, imprinting is a newly described form of genetic regulation, leading to the differential behavior of each parental copy of a gene. The precise mechanism responsible for the imprint, or allele-specific behavior of gene transcription, is still unclear; it is thought that modifications not involving the DNA base sequence (therefore… (More)

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