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Number of pages: 47
We introduce genetics and epigenetics to the non-expert reader and give an account of the pivotal discoveries that have helped shape these fields. The significance of major discoveries is explained and their impact on our understanding of epigenetic mechanisms in health and disease is discussed.
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