How Daughter Is Different From Mother ... In Yeast Cells
ryanborja | August 24, 2008 at 07:34 pmby
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The mother-daughter relationship can be difficult to understand. Why are the two so different? Now a Northwestern University study shows how this happens ...
A research team has discovered a new mechanism for cell fate determination -- how one cell, the daughter, becomes dramatically different from the mother, even though they have the same genetic material. The study shows why mothers and daughters differ in how they express their genes.