Researchers have discovered 71 new “imprinted” genes in the mouse genome, bringing the total number to over 200. This finding unravels some of the mysteries of how epigenetics controls processes such as embryonic development. In addition, because imprinting affects genes that have implications for health and disease, this finding may improve the understanding of disease.
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