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The role of DNMT3A in development
Epigenetics is the study of heritable change in gene activity despite alteration of the hosts DNA sequence. Change in gene activity done independently of the DNA sequence is achieved by way of histone and DNA methylation. Gene silencing in DNA ... Read full blog post.
Go Ahead! Make My DNA
DNA methylation plays a critical role the long-term silencing of transcription and is essential for processes such as embryonic development, germline differentiation, and tissue maturation. Dnmt3a is a member of the C5-methyltransferase family that re... Read full blog post.
DNMT's: An Overview of 3 DNA Methyltransferases
DNA methyltransferases catalyze the transfer of the methyl group from S-andenosyl methionine (SAM) to DNA. Such methylation has wide ranging function in the cell, including organismal development and cell differentiation. In cancer, abnormal hypermeth... Read full blog post.