An animation showing how DNA methylation regulates gene expression
An animation describing how some epigenetic marks are dependent on RNA transcription
An introduction to the concept of epigenetics, how it occurs in nature and can be used therapeutically
Professor Bruce McEwen discusses the dramatic impact early-life events can have on development.
Electron micrograph of the DNA and the protein scaffold left over from one chromosome (insert) with all the histone stripped out.
Individual variations in antidepressant treatment outcomes.
The A0439 protein acts as a mediator of transcriptional repression by nuclear hormone receptors via recruitment of histone deacetylases.
DNAFTB Animation 29: Roger Kornberg explains his work with Aaron Klug on histones, which bind DNA to form chromatin.
A schematic representation of how DNA (red) is wrapped around proteins (blue).
Professor Daniel Weinberger explains why the gene COMT, which detoxifies dopamine, is a candidate gene for schizophrenia.