Epigenetics3: Histone Modification and ChIP-seq

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Hello, I remember reading about how epigenetic changes can be prevented from being reversed if they have a lot of chemical markers on them. However, I cannot find the video that talked about this. Could you elaborate on this idea? Thank you

Author — Bromar O

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I like your presentation very much! Very clear understanding. Thanks for your hard work.

Author — Reed Liu

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Thank a lot for this video! I really appreciate it, where can I find part 1 and 2?

Author — Sara Ad

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thanks a lot for this video, I have one question, what is the difference between chip seq and MeDIP seq. thx in advance

Author — CHERKAOUI HAJAR

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Really good one .very clear and constructive

Author — Rameeladevi Thatparan

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can ChIP seq identify all histone modification? because from what i know the efficient technique to identify histone modification is by using sequencing. so can this method also be used to identify all the histone modification?

Author — Fizha Adnan

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Do histone active or repressive marks present in normal cells, or only in diseases? Thank you

Author — Ngoc Tran

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Thank you so much, it's pretty clear and good video, and your channel is great.

Author — Mohammed AL-HAMMADI