Twin Study Suggests Some Epigenetic Marks Heritable | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Epigenetic differences are widespread across the genome, even in identical twins. But despite this variability, new research demonstrates that identical, or monozygotic, twins share more epigenetic marks than non-identical twins — suggesting epigenetic patterns are at least partly heritable.

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