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... 50% DNA and 50% other, non-DNA chromosomal proteins (histones) which form an interlocking structure with DNA, called Chromatin.[18] This structure will not unlock (thus the DNA cannot be accessed) without ...
2. Emotion - disorders of emotion
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... on the chromatin of the respective promoters. H3 dimethylation is associated with chromatin compaction and can lead to an enduring repressive state, which is associated with lower levels of Bdnf transcription5. ...
3. Epigenetics - Human Epigenome Project
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... is that simple. For example, genetically identical twins can be very different. ‘One might be normal, while the other is autistic’, explains chromatin researcher David Allis (Rockefeller University, ...
4. Epigenetics - Exploring the Genome Project
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... These two definitions are closer than they seem. In eukaryotic cells, genomic DNA is packaged by histones and non-histone proteins into a dynamic polymer defined as chromatin. Several enzymes can modify ...
5. Epigenetics - Chromatin and Gene Expression
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... how DNA is packaged in the nucleus also impacts heritability. Epigenetic changes are mediated largely by proteins that shape and remodel chromatin—the association of DNA and histone proteins that ...
... chromatin modifications, X-inactivation, and imprinting.     Long Version: Epigenetics, [literally "on genes”], refers to all modifications to genes other than changes ...