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How the sins of the father get passed along.

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  • How the sins of the father get passed along.

    A couple of interesting reads.

    Some weeks ago, Nature ran this article:-

    Epigenetics: The sins of the father

    Well now researchers may be closing in on the underlying molecular mechanism behind this. New Scientist has an article titled “How gene tweaks reach descendants”. It’s based on the following, also from the same magazine:-

    Are RNA fragments making gene tweaks in descendants?

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