The below mentioned article provides notes on DNA methylation. The DNA of many higher eukaryotes is modified after replication by methylation of cytosine bases at the 5-carbon position. The cytosines are incorporated in their normal unmodified form in the course of DNA replication; the methyl group (CH3) is then added by an enzyme DNA methylase. […]
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