Epigenetics is the investigation of heritable changes in quality articulation that occur without including any progressions to the fundamental DNA grouping, which at last outcomes in an adjustment in the phenotype without
an adjustment in the genotype. Epigenetic changes can be affected by a few components including age, condition, and specific ailment state. There are more than 100,000
cells in a single square centimeter of tissue, and every one of these cells contains near 2 meters of DNA that contain our hereditary data. The hereditary material in our body is known as a genome. DNA is bundled with proteins known as histones. The DNA and protein edifices are known as chromatin. DNA is folded over histone proteins shaping
rehashed units of nucleosome that resemble dabs on a string. Chromatin is consolidated further to frame a chromosome. People have 46 chromosomes put away in the core. The centre of one nucleosome is made out of DNA folded over a histone octamer that comprises of 2
duplicates of the significant kinds of histones H2A, H2B,
H3, and H4. This composed DNA protein complex enables the cells to manage what something communicates genes.
Dr. Omar M. Amin discuss about Epigenetics defined as the study of the epigenotype, which deals with the study of the properties of the pathways and processes that link the genotype and phenotype.
Dr.Ananda M Chakrabarty Effect of urate, an end product
of purine nucleosides catabolism, on sperm function
1. Introduction to Epigenetics defined as the study of the epigenotype, which deals with the study of the properties of the pathways and processes that link the genotype and phenotype, Univ. of Natural Medicine, USA
2. Introduction to Effect of urate, an end product of purine nucleosides catabolism, on sperm function Univ. of Natural
The above topics were discussed in 5th World Congress on Epigenetics and Chromosome
Amsterdam, Netherlands during November 11-12, 2019.
ME Conference with the help of Organizing Committee, organizing 6th World Congress on Epigenetics and Chromosome
Dr. Omar M. Amin and Dr.Ananda M Chakrabarty