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Epigenetics

Unfinished symphony

Nature volume 441, pages 143145 (11 May 2006) | Download Citation

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To correctly ‘play’ the DNA score in our genome, cells must read another notation that overlays it — the epigenetic code. A global effort to decode it is now in the making, reports Jane Qiu.

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