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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Call for Manuscript on Frontier Research Topic "The Direct Mechanisms of Epigenetic Gene Regulation"

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This Research Topic solicits novel "direct" relationship between Epigenetics factors and gene regulations. We welcome contributions in the form of Original Research Articles, Reviews, and Mini-Reviews that cover but are not limited to the following topics:

•Direct transcription targets of Epigenetics factors (include but not limited to : methyltransferase/ demethylase/ acetyltransferases/ deacetylases/ kinase/ phosphatases/ decrotonylase/ ubiquitinase/ sumoylase/ ribosylase/ biotinidase/ O-GlcNAcylase).
•Recruitment/Competent relationship between Transcription factor and Epigenetic factors.
•Post-Translational Modifications to Transcription factors by Epigenetic factors that could regulate their ability to form dimer or nuclear import and export .
•Methods measuring nascent RNA (such as SLAM-seq, TT-Seq, TimeLapse-Seq).
•Methods using acute perturbation of the genome (such as drug inhibitors, AID, PROTAC, vfCRISPR).
•Novel methods or approaches in the investigation of direct epigenetic regulation of gene expression.


Keywords: Gene regulation, Direct mechanisms, Direct transcription targets, epigenetics
URL: https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/26344/the-direct-mechanisms-of-epigenetic-gene-regulation

Contact Person: Beisi Xu (beisi.xu@stjude.org)