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WikiStage Video - Who am I (genetically)? by Jonathan Weitzman

WikiStage Video - Who am I (genetically)? by Jonathan Weitzman

What is epigenetics? Since you have come to visit our website, you are probably curious about...

Geneviève Almouzni, Scientific Coordinator of EpiGeneSys, Becomes Director of the Institut Curie Research Centre

Geneviève Almouzni, Scientific Coordinator of EpiGeneSys, Becomes Director of the Institut Curie Research Centre

As of September 1, Geneviève Almouzni, CNRS Research Director, director of the Nuclear Dynamics...

Digging in the memory of genes for the fountain of youth

Digging in the memory of genes for the fountain of youth

Can we live longer by just tweaking bits and pieces of our DNA, without changing our DNA code?...

Edith Heard on the public perception of epigenetics

Edith Heard on the public perception of epigenetics

While epigenetics remained a virtually unknown subject of science for many years, it has recently...

  • WikiStage Video - Who am I (genetically)? by Jonathan Weitzman

    WikiStage Video - Who am I (genetically)? by Jonathan Weitzman

    Wednesday, 22 January 2014 08:33
  • Geneviève Almouzni, Scientific Coordinator of EpiGeneSys, Becomes Director of the Institut Curie Research Centre

    Geneviève Almouzni, Scientific Coordinator of EpiGeneSys, Becomes Director of the Institut Curie...

    Thursday, 29 August 2013 00:00
  • Digging in the memory of genes for the fountain of youth

    Digging in the memory of genes for the fountain of youth

    Thursday, 18 July 2013 00:00
  • Edith Heard on the public perception of epigenetics

    Edith Heard on the public perception of epigenetics

    Monday, 08 July 2013 09:08

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What is nuclear transfer?

Scientists can take the nucleus out of a fertilised egg cell, and replace this with a nucleus from the patient. This reprogrammed egg cell can be used to clone more cells with the adult nucleus. The resultant cell line could then be used to treat the patient. Obviously not everyone feels comfortable about this technology, because it involves using...

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