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Epigenetics: Changing the Way We Think about DNA
Date:3/7/2013

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) March 07, 2013

Zymo Research Corporation, a privately held company located in Irvine, California, has recently expanded its range of tools and services for scientists working in one of the hottest fields of science today – Epigenetics. Zymo Research now offers the most comprehensive suite of services for epigenetic analysis, including genome-wide platforms for profiling DNA methylation and hydroxymethylation, ChIP-Seq, nucleosome mapping, RNA-Seq, and more. These services are intended to assist academic and industry scientists investigate the role epigenetics plays in a variety of applications – one of the largest being healthcare. Epigenetics research has the potential to completely revolutionize modern medicine through the advancement of personalized therapies, cancer treatment, stem cell research, and drug development.

As one of the Top 10 Scientific Discoveries of 2009, according to TIME magazine, efforts to decode the epigenome are notably one of the most exciting and rapidly expanding areas in biology. While it was previously believed that the primary DNA sequence contained all of the information required for heredity, scientists now agree that genetics alone can never fully explain why we develop as we do. Now, epigenetics can help provide answers to questions such as why identical twins that share the same DNA sequence can end up developing differently and why some of us develop cancers and various other diseases, while others do not. Furthermore, the study of this field may answer the age-old question o
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