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A Mother’s Touch Lingers in Her Child’s DNA

News   Nov 27, 2020 | Original story from WEHI

 
A Mother’s Touch Lingers in Her Child’s DNA

WEHI researchers have revealed that the a mother's SMCHD1protein (shown here in green) lingers in an embryo, altering gene expression - a potential new mode of 'genomic imprinting'.Credit: WEHI, Australia.

 
 
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