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Using epigenomics data to predict gene expression in lung cancer.Academic Article Why?
A prospective on drug abuse-associated epigenetics and HIV-1 replication.Academic Article Why?
Epigenetics in breast and prostate cancer.Academic Article Why?
Cocaine-Induced Epigenetic Changes in CD4+ T cells and HIV-1 ReplicationGrant Why?
Epigenetic regulation of miRNAs in cancer.Academic Article Why?
Epigenetic regulation of transposable element derived human gene promoters.Academic Article Why?
Parallel evolution of male germline epigenetic poising and somatic development in animals.Academic Article Why?
Epigenetic Repression of CCDC37 and MAP1B Links Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease to Lung Cancer.Academic Article Why?
Identifying Epigenetic Biomarkers of Cardiovascular Disease Risk In HumansGrant Why?
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Genetic and epigenetic regulation of human aging and longevity.Academic Article Why?
Insights into the epigenetic mechanisms controlling pancreatic carcinogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Basic concepts of epigenetics: impact of environmental signals on gene expression.Academic Article Why?
Epigenetics of gastrointestinal diseases: notes from a workshop.Academic Article Why?
MicroRNAs and cancer epigenetics.Academic Article Why?
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