Apoptosis and DNA Methylation
AbstractEpigenetic mechanisms assist in maintaining gene expression patterns and cellular properties in developing and adult tissues. The molecular pathology of disease states frequently includes perturbation of DNA and histone methylation patterns, which can activate apoptotic pathways associated with maintenance of genome integrity. This perspective focuses on the pathways linking DNA methyltransferases and methyl-CpG binding proteins to apoptosis, and includes new bioinformatic analyses to characterize the evolutionary origin of two G/T mismatch-specific thymine DNA glycosylases, MBD4 and TDG. View Full-Text
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Meng, H.X.; Hackett, J.A.; Nestor, C.; Dunican, D.S.; Madej, M.; Reddington, J.P.; Pennings, S.; Harrison, D.J.; Meehan, R.R. Apoptosis and DNA Methylation. Cancers 2011, 3, 1798-1820.
Meng HX, Hackett JA, Nestor C, Dunican DS, Madej M, Reddington JP, Pennings S, Harrison DJ, Meehan RR. Apoptosis and DNA Methylation. Cancers. 2011; 3(2):1798-1820.Chicago/Turabian Style
Meng, Huan X.; Hackett, James A.; Nestor, Colm; Dunican, Donncha S.; Madej, Monika; Reddington, James P.; Pennings, Sari; Harrison, David J.; Meehan, Richard R. 2011. "Apoptosis and DNA Methylation." Cancers 3, no. 2: 1798-1820.