June 02, 2016
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Methyl-Seq Studies in Rodents and Humans Identify Stress-Related Epigenomic Changes


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This webinar discussed the use of the Methyl-Seq platform in mouse, rat, and human studies to demonstrate how chronic exposure to stress and glucocorticoids can modify the epigenome in ways that may be relevant to disease.

During this webinar, Dr. Richard Lee, assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins University, discussed a series of studies in rodents and humans intended to elucidate the epigenomic changes linked to stress.

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