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BY Sarah Adai

Over the past few decades it has become increasingly clear that epigenetic changes - heritable changes in the cell that do not result from DNA sequence alteration - may be just as important as gene mutations in cancer development. Researchers have identified a host of factors involved in epigenetic control of gene expression and development, but many of the precise mechanisms underlying this type of regulation remain unclear.

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BY Sarah Adai

Actin is a protein that has been long known to work by linking itself into chains to form filaments. Providing rigidity to the cell, actin...