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A Quick Introduction to Epigenetics - with Nessa Carey

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Channel: The Royal Institution
Categories: Biology   |   Science  
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Epigenetic modifications change the likelihood of gene expression, and through it create phenotype changes, without altering the DNA sequence itself.

Watch the full talk: https://youtu.be/9DAcJSAM_BA
Nessa's book "The Epigenetics Revolution" is available for purchase now - https://geni.us/dOYAo

Nessa Carey is a geneticist and author of The Epigenetics Revolution. She has a degree in Immunology, PhD in Virology, was a post-doctoral researcher in Human Genetics, and a senior lecturer at Imperial College London in Molecular Biology. She's also spent 10 years in the biotechnology industry and now works in the pharmaceutical sector.

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