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First came DNA methylases; then, histone deacetylases. Chromatin specialists thought they understood the steps to explain epigenetic regulation of gene expression: DNA gets methylated, recruits histone deacetylases, and together these two systems button down chromatin and silence expression (See Hot Papers "The Complexity of Gene Silencing")....
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