DNA Methylation

DNA methyl radicalation may be a process that involves the addition of methyl teams to the polymer molecule. While not poignant the sequence, methylation will modify the activity of a polymer region. Once polymer methylation happens at a sequence promoter, it always suppresses sequence transcription. In mammals, polymer methylation is crucial for traditional development and is related to variety of key processes as well as genomic acquisition, X-chromosome inactivation, repression of permutable components, aging and carcinogenesis. Aging, environmental effects and way variables like smoking and food all because organic chemistry changes within the polymer over time. These oftentimes end in polymer methylation, which is that, the addition of methyl radical teams to specific polymer sequences while not poignant the polymer sequence.

  • Bisulfite sequencing
  • Whole-genome bisulfite sequencing

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