Transgenerational epigenetic inheritance
It is well established that epigenetic information, such as DNA methylation, histone modifications and some non-coding RNAs, is passed by gametes to the developing offspring. This inherited information is vital for early embryonic development and health later in life. In this article, I further discuss the considerations of transgeneration epigenetic inheritance.
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