Active turnover of DNA methylation during cell fate decisions

Volume: 22, Issue: 1, Pages: 59 - 66
Published: Oct 6, 2020
Abstract
DNA methylation is a key layer of epigenetic regulation. The deposition of methylation marks relies on the catalytic activity of DNA methyltransferases (DNMTs), and their active removal relies on the activity of ten-eleven translocation (TET) enzymes. Paradoxically, in important biological contexts these antagonistic factors are co-expressed and target overlapping genomic regions. The ensuing cyclic biochemistry of cytosine modifications gives...
Paper Details
Title
Active turnover of DNA methylation during cell fate decisions
Published Date
Oct 6, 2020
Volume
22
Issue
1
Pages
59 - 66
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