Epigenetic Erasers

Important players in the removal of “epigenetic signatures” or post translational modifications on histones are epigenetic erasers.

Epigenetic Erasers from BioVision

These epigenetic reprogramming events are needed during a number of developmental stages. BioVision provides a number of epigenetic erasers and some of them are potential targets for cancer therapeutics.

The balance of histone acetylation and deacetylation plays a key part in transcription regulation. HDAC activity is associated with the gene silencing part of this regulation. Mutation in HDAC structure and alteration in expression has been associated with tumor development, leading to  HDACs being a cancer therapeutic target.

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Last updated: Mar 17, 2020 at 7:21 AM


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