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*  Environmental effects on genomic imprinting in mammals - IGMM
Environmental effects on genomic imprinting in mammals. Thompson, S. L.; Konfortova, G.; Gregory, R. I.; Reik, W.; Dean, W.; ... Genomic imprinting is an epigenetic marking mechanism by which certain genes become repressed on one of the two parental ... mouse; genomic imprinting; DNA methylation; expression; growth; mice; protein; cells; allele; chromatin conformation; culture; ... Imprinting plays important roles in mammalian development, and in humans its deregulation may result in disease and ...
http://www.igmm.cnrs.fr/publication/environmental-effects-on-genomic-imprinting-in-mammals/
*  Go to Epigenetic deregulation of genomic imprinting in human disorders and following assisted reproduction.
Epigenetic deregulation of genomic imprinting in human disorders and following assisted reproduction. Arnaud, P.; Feil, R. ... Epigenetic deregulation of genomic imprinting in human disorders and following assisted reproduction. ... Female; Humans; DNA Methylation; Male; Alleles; *Genomic Imprinting; Models, Genetic; Risk; *Epigenesis, Genetic; Diseases in ... Imprinted genes play important roles in the regulation of growth and development, and several have been shown to influence ...
http://www.igmm.cnrs.fr/publication/epigenetic-deregulation-of-genomic-imprinting-in-human-disorders-and-following-assisted-reproduction/
*  A mono-allelic bivalent chromatin domain controls tissue-specific imprinting at Grb10 - IGMM
Genomic imprinting is a developmental mechanism that mediates parent-of-origin-specific expression in a subset of genes. How ... Female; Animals; Cells, Cultured; Mice; Mice, Knockout; Male; *Genomic Imprinting; CpG Islands; *Alleles; *GRB10 Adaptor ... A mono-allelic bivalent chromatin domain controls tissue-specific imprinting at Grb10. Sanz, L. A.; Chamberlain, S.; Sabourin, ... A mono-allelic bivalent chromatin domain controls tissue-specific imprinting at Grb10. ...
http://www.igmm.cnrs.fr/publication/a-mono-allelic-bivalent-chromatin-domain-controls-tissue-specific-imprinting-at-grb10/