• The Molecular Epigenetics Research Unit (MEG) is a part of the Institute of Functional Epigenetics (IFE). It investigates epigenetic mechanisms for gene regulation. Epigenetics is the study of individual modifications of the DNA that lead to a certain phenotype without changing the genetic information, or genotype. The objective is to obtain a better understanding of epigenetics and its role in the development of diseases.

Arginine methylation in RNA Polymerase II CTD regulates specifically snRNAs and snoRNAs

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