The hunt for mammalian epialleles


Epialleles are genomic loci at which the epigenetic state can stably vary amongst individuals of a given population. Although first described and still best understood in plants, in recent years we have come to realize that epigenomic landscapes in mammals can also show considerable inter-individual variation. Such mammalian epialleles could arise through… (More)


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@inproceedings{Rakyan2012TheHF, title={The hunt for mammalian epialleles}, author={Vardhman K. Rakyan}, year={2012} }