Uniparental disomy (UDP)

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Development proceeds through a set of epigenetic states, which are mitotically stable, but potentially reversible. Chromatin marks are one form epigenetic inheritance. Inappropriate chromatin marks lead to inappropriate expression or repression of genes, change developmental trajectories and result ...
One of the most fascinating processes in biology is the development of a fertilized egg into a complete organism. More than 2,000 years ago, the Greek philosopher Aristotle proposed that development proceeds through a set of new structures that are not present in the fertilized egg. He called this p ...
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