The “Chromatin, Replication and Chromosomal Stability 2013” convention is coming to Copenhagen in mid-June of next year, bringing together researchers from across the globe to discuss the finer points of genetic activity, a discussion likely to broach new grounds for approaches to medicine and treatment of certain genetically influenced diseases.
A conference entitled 'Chromatin, Replication and Chromosomal Stability 2013' will be held from 17 to 19 June 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Genome stability is of primary importance for the survival and proper functioning of all organisms. The epigenetic framework guides events such as replication, repair and transcription, which in turn leave an imprint on chromatin and chromosomal structure. Understanding how modulation of chromatin takes place during replication and are able to influence cell fate decisions in normal development and disease represents a major challenge to researchers.
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