This lecture introduces you to histones and histone modifications and how they contribute to transcriptional regulation. It is an ideal starting point for those who are new to the subject or professionals in other fields needing a quick primer.
0:35 Defining the epigenetic memory of gene expression
2:37 Chromatin and histones
7:12 Histone modifications
7:59 Histone acetylation and reading by bromodomain proteins
12:02 Histone methylation and reading by chromodomain proteins
19:17 The complex language of histone modifications
21:53 How a core set of marks help define chromatin states
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Use my UCSC genome browser session to look at chromatin states in your cells of interest:
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