Epigenetics: Roundworm study focuses on health effects transmitted through sperm | Uncommon Descent

From ScienceDaily:For many years, it was thought that sperm do not retain any histone packaging and therefore could not transmit histone-based epigenetic information to offspring. Recent studies, however, have shown that about 10 percent of histone packaging is retained in both human and mouse spe

Source: Epigenetics: Roundworm study focuses on health effects transmitted through sperm | Uncommon Descent

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