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*  Epigenetic Control of Gene Expression | Coursera
Week 4 - Genomic Imprinting and Epigenetic Reprogramming. We'll learn about the two important periods during development for ... We'll learn about mechanisms for genomic imprinting, and study three examples in more depth. ... 4.2 Epigenetic reprogramming of imprinted genes and repetitive elements. 11m. 4.3 Location of imprinted genes in the genome and ... 3.2 Timing of random and imprinted X chromosome inactivation. 8m. 3.3 Stages of X inactivation - counting and control of Xist ...
https://www.coursera.org/learn/epigenetics?authMode=login
*  6.2 Transgenerational epigenetic inheritance via the gametes - Week 6 - Mechanisms of Environmental Influence on Epigenetic...
Whereas for genomic imprinting, it gets reset every generation. It's reset at every time they go through primordial germ cell ... Now, I'd like you to consider how this differs from genomic imprinting that we ...
https://www.coursera.org/lecture/epigenetics/6-2-transgenerational-epigenetic-inheritance-via-the-gametes-Zt1BW
*  Genomic Imprinting - My Genes Didn't Make Me Do It | Coursera
Genomic Imprinting. To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 ... Genomic imprinting is an extreme example of epigenetics. Epigenetics then is the study of how the activity of genes can be ... The way epigenetics and imprinting happen is through methylation. The addition of a mephogle, which is a carbon atom plus three ...
https://www.coursera.org/lecture/genes/genomic-imprinting-B8ilo
*  2.6 Noncoding RNAs - piRNAs - The University of Melbourne | Coursera
genomic imprinting. This class of genes that undergo this monoallelic expression based on the parent of origin and we'll cover ... genomic stability. So to remind you what we've spoken about before with transposable elements or repetitive elements was that ... In the case of Rasgrf1 it's paternally imprinted. That means it's silenced on the paternal allele and it's active only from the ... later lectures on imprinting. But here what's relevant is that this is ...
https://tr.coursera.org/learn/epigenetics/lecture/y1HfZ/2-6-noncoding-rnas-pirnas
*  Gene Expression - Introduction to Genetics | Coursera
This is called genomic imprinting.. This means that the DNA received from your father will be ... As I said earlier, one way methylation can happen is through imprinting. ...
https://zh.coursera.org/lecture/genes/gene-expression-Ob3FQ
*  4.2 Epigenetic reprogramming of imprinted genes and repetitive elements - Week 4 - Genomic Imprinting and Epigenetic...
Well, genomic imprinting or parental imprinting or gametic imprinting, they all refer to the same thing. And in each case what ... genomic imprinting and X inactivation. Imprinted X inactivation which happens pre-implantation in the mouse, is imprinted, that ... imprint control region. So, if a gene is paternally imprinted it will have methylation on the paternal imprint control region, ... Week 4 - Genomic Imprinting and Epigenetic Reprogramming. We'll learn about the two important periods during development for ...
https://www.coursera.org/lecture/epigenetics/4-2-epigenetic-reprogramming-of-imprinted-genes-and-repetitive-elements-YmJve
*  4.4 Kcnq1 and H19/Igf2 ICR mechanisms of action and Beckwith Weidemann syndrome - Week 4 - Genomic Imprinting and Epigenetic...
Week 4 - Genomic Imprinting and Epigenetic Reprogramming. We'll learn about the two important periods during development for ... 4.2 Epigenetic reprogramming of imprinted genes and repetitive elements11:10. 4.3 Location of imprinted genes in the genome and ... We'll learn about mechanisms for genomic imprinting, and study three examples in more depth. ... There are two well-characterised features that are treated differently during epigenetic reprogramming; imprinted genes and ...
https://pt.coursera.org/lecture/epigenetics/4-4-kcnq1-and-h19-igf2-icr-mechanisms-of-action-and-beckwith-weidemann-syndrome-u77uK
*  4.6 Summary of epigenetic reprogramming and imprinting - Week 4 - Genomic Imprinting and Epigenetic Reprogramming | Coursera
Week 4 - Genomic Imprinting and Epigenetic Reprogramming. We'll learn about the two important periods during development for ... 4.2 Epigenetic reprogramming of imprinted genes and repetitive elements11:10. 4.3 Location of imprinted genes in the genome and ... We'll learn about mechanisms for genomic imprinting, and study three examples in more depth. ... 4.6 Summary of epigenetic reprogramming and imprinting. Para ver este video, habilita JavaScript y considera la posibilidad de ...
https://es.coursera.org/lecture/epigenetics/4-6-summary-of-epigenetic-reprogramming-and-imprinting-RHaYe?authMode=login
*  3.12 Lessons from the fly - position effect variegation and screening for epigenetic modifiers - Week 3 - Dosage Compensation |...
3.2 Timing of random and imprinted X chromosome inactivation8:03. 3.3 Stages of X inactivation - counting and control of Xist ... We're going to go into more detail about epigenetic reprogramming and also genomic ...
https://zh-tw.coursera.org/lecture/epigenetics/3-12-lessons-from-the-fly-position-effect-variegation-and-screening-for-g06Y7?authMode=signup
*  7.4 Hypomethylation genome-wide in cancer - Week 7 - Cancer Epigenetics | Coursera
maintaining genomic stability and when its gone or low you get increased genomic instability. ... briefly, the difference at CpG island shores, or imprint control regions. But actually in general the genome is not made up of ... genomic instability resulting from exactly the mutation that you made. So you made sure there was no DNA methyltransferase, and ... If you get rid of DNA methylation, you find increased genomic instability in that particular tissue, and then they end up with ...
https://es.coursera.org/lecture/epigenetics/7-4-hypomethylation-genome-wide-in-cancer-I8pZ5
*  7.11 Extension lecture: Aging - Part 2 - Week 7 - Cancer Epigenetics | Coursera
they're always repressed, but also at imprint control regions and repeats.. So imprint control regions and repeats, well, ... they also have increased genomic instability.. 13:24. Which of course given the relationship between epigenetic changes and ... And imprint control regions have a very special type of epigenetic control. ...
https://es.coursera.org/lecture/epigenetics/7-11-extension-lecture-aging-part-2-e7XSB
*  Unit 4 Office Hours Video - 4 | Coursera
Imprinted genes are genes in our genomes that are differentially expressed. depending upon whether or not we inherit those from ... And she says, ehy do you get duplications and deletions in certain genomic regions? ... In the Prader-Willi, Angelman's syndrome region, there are imprinted genes.. Some genes in those regions are only expressed if ... I guess I didn't really explain this well when we were talking about imprinting. ...
https://zh-tw.coursera.org/learn/behavioralgenetics/lecture/XGSUL/unit-4-office-hours-video