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A statistical mechanics model for the collective epigenetic histone modification dynamics

bioRxiv

Jan 8, 2014

Hang ZhangJianhua Xing

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Epigenetic histone modifications play an important role in the maintenance of different cell phenotypes. The exact molecular mechanism for inheritance of the modification patterns over cell generations remains elusive. We construct a Potts-type model based on experimentally observed nea...read more

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Covalent Interaction
Epigenetic Process
Study of Epigenetics
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Theoretical Study
Patterns
Genetic Inheritance
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A statistical mechanics model for the collective epigenetic histone modification dynamics

bioRxiv

Jan 8, 2014

Hang ZhangJianhua Xing

PMID: 990001693

DOI: 10.1101/001693

Abstract

Epigenetic histone modifications play an important role in the maintenance of different cell phenotypes. The exact molecular mechanism for inheritance of the modification patterns over cell generations remains elusive. We construct a Potts-type model based on experimentally observed nea...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

PACS1 protein, human
Lateral
Proximal
Covalent Interaction
Epigenetic Process
Study of Epigenetics
Nucleosomes
Theoretical Study
Patterns
Genetic Inheritance
5
4

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