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Read about the most exiting #epigenetics articles from June. Includes the role of non-coding RNAs in control of retina architecture, stable 5-formylcytosine (5-fC) modification in mammals, and the structural basis of retroviral integration into nucleosomes. http://bit.ly/1K5nLNp
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What’s the link between skateboarding and science? We hear from John Rinn at Harvard University, who tells us about research in his lab on non-coding RNAs. bit.ly/1LtvV5l
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The role of DNA methylation in visual cortex plasticity and a new technique to measure the genome-wide density of histone modifications. #Epigenetics articles of the month from May. bit.ly/1R4RRSu
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Win a free protein and £100 Amazon voucher. Complete our short survey to enter the prize draw http://bit.ly/1FO36cJ
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Calendar solution - May 2015
Did you correctly guess Molly's location?
The answer is: St Louis Cathedral, New Orleans
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Adrian Bird, Buchanan Chair of Genetics at the University of Edinburgh, tells us about current research in his lab and his thoughts on the field of #Epigenetics. bit.ly/1GsjcNo
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Top #Epigenetics articles from April. This month, TET2 and hypermethylation in leukemogenesis, a new technique for the discovery of long non-coding RNA binding proteins, and the mechanistic basis of transcription factor binding to nucleosomes. http://bit.ly/1FjlrQS
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