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Epigenetics

DNA modifications that don't change the DNA sequence can affect gene activity. Chemical compounds that are added to single genes can regulate their activity; these modifications are referred to as epigenetic changes. The epigenome comprises all of the chemical compounds that are added to everything of one’s DNA (genome) as how to manage the activity (expression) of all the genes within the genome. The chemical compounds of the epigenome aren't a part of the DNA sequence, but are on or attached to DNA (“epi-“ means above in Greek). Epigenetic modifications remain as cells divide and in some cases are often inherited through the generations. Environmental influences, like a person’s diet and exposure to pollutants, also can impact the epigenome

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