Long noncoding RNA SYISL: the crucial interaction with EZH2 in skeletal muscle differentiation and disorders

Valentina Bordoni, Luigi Bagella


Epigenetics is a branch of genetics that studies the heritable phenotype changes influencing gene expression, cellular functions and fate, which do not occur through altered DNA sequence of the genes. The investigation of the underlying mechanisms of epigenetics and the deep understanding of its functions in the biological process are milestones for biology research.