In a nutshell, epigenetics is additional information layered on top of our genetic code—information that determines how that genetic code is used. It tells a liver cell to do liver things and a brain cell to do brain things.Read More
CEEHRC Network experts answer the question,
"what is epigenetics?"
A key characteristic of cancer cells is their ability to adapt their metabolism to their environment, and some of these changes are dependent on epigenetic
In order to grow, proliferate and spread throughout the body, rapidly dividing cancer cells require a constant stream of nutrients and access to the
IHEC guidelines for reference epigenome standards and standard operating procendures for wet lab experiments and data analysis.
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