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A New Piece to the Puzzle of Cellular Memory

News   Aug 20, 2018 | Original story sourced from the University of Copenhagen

 
Novel Histone-Tracking Tool Unlocks New Insights into Epigenetic Cellular Memory

The DNA replication machinery (yellow) ensures equal distribution of histones (blue) with epigenetic marks (purple flags) to the two new DNA strands, which are segregated to daughter cells during cell division. Credit: Petryk et al. 2018, University of Copenhagen

 
 
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