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Comparative transcriptome and epigenome paper published in full!

March 18, 2019|0 Comments

Our latest paper is out! @SciReports (PDF). Using ‘big data’ (bioinformatical) analysis we identify genes that are both epigenetically altered as well as turned on/off across the entire genome after acute exercise, muscle growth, detraining & retraining. Great work authors @dcturner93 & @RobbySeaborne

In this new @SciReports paper (PDF), we identify epigenetically altered pathways in muscle hypertrophy that include matrix/actin remodelling, mechanotransduction (e.g. FAK, PLD) & protein synthesis (e.g. GSK3B). Particularly excited about FILAMIN B linked with epigenetic muscle memory!

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