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EPFL researchers uncover how the circadian clock regulates 3D chromatin structure

00:21 EDT 28 Mar 2018 | News-Medical.net

EPFL biologists and geneticists have uncovered how the circadian clock orchestrates the 24-hour cycle of gene expression by regulating the structure of chromatin, the tightly wound DNA-protein complex of the cell. The work is published in Genes & Development.

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