Epigenetic and Environment

At any one time, the epigenome is home to every epigenetic alteration, including polymer methylation, straightforward protein modifications, non-coding RNAs, and others. Since the epigenome of a cell is dynamic, environmental and genetic variables will have an impact. Additionally, because epigenetic modifications are reversible, the ordination is adaptable to environmental changes. We are exposed to a variety of environmental toxins on a regular basis, which could modify our epigenome and affect our health. It is undeniably true that the toxins produced by L. monocytogenes, Eubacterium, and Strep respiratory disease significantly change the acetylation of simple proteins.

  • Methylation
  • Histone modification

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