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WG1 Epigenetic Chemical Probes
Organic synthesis for chemical biology and medicinal chemistry applications
WG2 Epigenetic Technology
Improvements in analytical techniques for epigenetics
WG3 Epigenetic Reprogramming
Profiling and manipulation of microbial biosynthesis pathways

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Epigenetics refers to dynamic changes that occur at the DNA, RNA and protein level in eukaryotes. Epigenetics is at the heart of gene regulation and determines which genes are activated or silenced. It is of great importance fundamentally and has many exciting translational aspects including therapeutics, diagnostics, stem cell research, microbial pathway engineering and agriculture.

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The Collaborative Research Centre 992 “Medical Epigenetics” is a research consortium in Freiburg, Germany, that conducts epigenetic research with a translational focus. Teams from the University and the University Medical Center, as well as from the Max-Planck-Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics are collaborating in projects ranging from basic research to clinical evaluation of novel therapeutic […]

This EpiChemBio and MuTaLig COST joint meeting (CM1406-CA15135) will be held at the University of Porto, along Sept 22nd to Sept 24th 2017. Please check this info: ¬†–¬†final¬†programme for the meeting ¬†– practical information for this event ¬†–¬†accepted poster contributions ¬†–¬†book of abstracts ¬†–¬†meeting info (2nd circular) ¬†– useful info¬†for the event and the city […]

COST FP9 Position Paper
June 21, 2017

This document was approved by the COST Committee of Senior Officials (CSO). It highlights the importance of transdisciplinary bottom-up networks as impactful tools to bridge the innovation divide in Europe and to provide opportunities for younger generations.

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