Short Abstracts – Session IV
It is becoming increasingly clear that epigenetic silencing of tumor suppressor genes plays a causative role in human carcinogenesis. Epigenetic silencing involves changes in DNA cytosine methylation as well as chromatin structural changes which act to reinforce gene inactivation and thus the progression of tumors.
KeywordsHepatocyte Growth Factor Epigenetic Silence Nucleosome Occupancy Guide Strand Short Abstract
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