Microbial Epigenetics

    Studies highlight that bacteria can affect the chromatin structure and transcriptional program of host cells by influencing diverse epigenetic factors. Bacterial & Viral infections are involved in the development of human cancers, such as liver, cervical, head and neck, nasopharyngeal and gastric cancers.

    DNA methylation affects many biological processes in microbes and may play a role in pathogenicity and virulence. Characterizing methyltransferase &  DNA methylation specificities is now possible during long-read sequencing.

 

  • Bacteriophage Infection
  • Bacterial Virulence

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