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Epigenetics Research: Open Access

Epigenetics Research: Open Access
Open Access

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Editorial Board

Catia Moutinho
Spanish National Center of Analysis Genomic
Spain

Tadesse Mehari
Advisory Board Member
Wageningen University, Netherlands

Mohammad Reza Dawoudi
University of Turku, Finland

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About the Journal

Epigenetics as a word itself means that addition to Genetic sequence. It encompasses any process that alters the activity of gene without alteration in DNA sequence and these modifications can be later transformed into the daughter cells, however, some exceptions are there as some epigenetic changes could be reversed. The epigenetics process includes methylation, phosphorylation, acetylation, sumoylation, and ubiquitylation. The epigenetic mechanisms normally occur as natural and essential phenomena in the body of living organisms, these changes help in switching the genes on and off. However, if they occur imperfectly it may result in many adverse health conditions. 

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Gene expression refers to the frequency with which proteins are made from the instructions in genes. While genetic changes can change which protein is produced, epigenetic changes affect gene expression to "turn on" and "turn off" genes. Because environment and behavior, such as diet and exercise, can cause epigenetic changes, it is easy to see the connection between your genes and your behavior and environment.

The epigenetics mechanism has links to various diseases, example the epigenetic mechanisms are one of the top five cancer considerations, accounting for one-third to one-half of known genetic changes. It makes sense to counteract these changes through epigenetic treatments. These changes seem to be an ideal target because, unlike mutations in the DNA sequence, they are inherently reversible. The most popular of these treatments aim to alter DNA methylation or histone acetylation.

Scope and Relevance of Epigenetics Research

Epigenetic modifications

Cancer epigenetics

Epigenetics in psychology

Epigenetic clinical trials

Chromatin remodelling

Neuroepigenetics

Developmental epigenetics

Epigenetics of aging

DNA methylation

Nutrigenomics

Epigenetic therapy

Plant epigenetics

Nucleosome modification

Cardiovascular epigenetics

Epigenetic disease model organisms

Epigenetic therapies

Gene silencing

Reproductive epigenetics

Environmental epigenetics

Epigenetic tools

 

 

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