Effects of Epigenetic Groups & Chromosomal Proteins on Human Genome Expression by way of its genes and Universal Reactions of Matter (Published)
When chemical compounds are added onto single genes, they attach or bind to a gene/s or chromosomal proteins. The attachment or binding of these chemicals cause modifications or changes in the activities of the genes (with no change in DNA sequence). These functional changes of the genes are referred to as Epigenetic Modifications whereas the study of the epigenetic modification and its causative agents is known as Epigenetics. The epigenetic group (chemical) attached to a gene regulates the function of the gene without any change in the DNA sequence. The key objective of this study is to impart the fact that human Genome is a supersensitive molecular machine based on its responses to epigenetic groups & chromosomal proteins. Cancer is a group of diseases arising in part from:
►1. Chromosomal abnormalities and mutations in tumor-suppressor genes & oncogenes, and
►2. Epigenetic modifications.
The main aim of universal reactions of matter is to improve or to make better the living standards and to create the safest conditions possible for humans in each country of the planet (Earth). Based on the main aim of universal reactions of matter, China has become the model country on Earth with surprising & drastic growth in economy, science and technology; and also, being one of the safest countries in the world for its residents & tourists.
Citation: Feleke Eriso (2022) Effects of Epigenetic Groups & Chromosomal Proteins on Human Genome Expression by way of its genes and Universal Reactions of Matter, European Journal of Biology and Medical Science Research, Vol.10, No.3, pp.26-58,