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Unformatted text preview: nes affect not only early
development, but also later growth of
the embryo. DNA methylation is required for
imprinting̶ Imprinting is reversible
>> Inherited imprinting is erased
during early germ cell
development<< Specifically IMPRINTED genes
(methylation marks on select
genes) are NOT disturbed Genome wide de
and remethylation From Nature Reviews Genetics 2007 April (8) 253-262 R. Jirtle and M. Skinner 5...
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