Researchers discover how gene silencing works in plants

05:42 EDT 25 Jul 2017 | Physorg.COM

The group of Dr. Myriam Calonje Macaya from the University of Seville,and the group of Franziska Turck from the Max Planck Institute have recently published a study in Genome Biology that advances the knowledge of epigenetic regulation by means of Polycomb-group proteins in plants.

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