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Epigenetics to Optogenetics - A New Paradigm in the Study of Biology

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Academic Editor

Mumtaz Anwar
Mumtaz Anwar

University of Illinois at Chicago,
United States of America

Co-editors

Zeenat Farooq
Zeenat Farooq

University of Illinois at Chicago,
United States of America

Riyaz Ahmad Rather
Riyaz Ahmad Rather

Wachemo University,
Ethiopia

Mohammad Tauseef
Mohammad Tauseef

Chicago State University,
United States of America

Thomas Heinbockel
Thomas Heinbockel

Howard University,
United States of America

Series Editor

Andrei Surguchov
Andrei Surguchov

University of Kansas Medical Center,
United States of America

Published31 August 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.87476

ISBN978-1-83881-123-5

Print ISBN978-1-83880-993-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83881-124-2

Copyright year2022

Number of pages176

Part of the book seriesBiochemistry

Issn2632-0983

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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

2. Evolution of Epigenome as the Blueprint for Carcinogenesis

By Zeenat Farooq, Ambreen Shah, Mohammad Tauseef, Riyaz Ahmad Rather and Mumtaz Anwar

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3. Diabetes and Epigenetics

By Rasha A. Alhazzaa, Thomas Heinbockel and Antonei B. Csoka

408
2
5. Epigenetic

By Mehmet Ünal

380
6. Cyanobacterial Phytochromes in Optogenetics

By Sivasankari Sivaprakasam, Vinoth Mani, Nagalakshmi Balasubramaniyan and David Ravindran Abraham

466
341

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