alexa Epigenetics components of aging in the central nervous system.
Neurology

Neurology

Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism

Author(s): Zhao YQ, Jordan IK, Lunyak VV, Zhao YQ, Jordan IK, Lunyak VV

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Abstract This review highlights recent discoveries that have shaped the emerging viewpoints in the field of epigenetic influences in the central nervous system (CNS), focusing on the following questions: (i) How is the CNS shaped during development when precursor cells transition into morphologically and molecularly distinct cell types, and is this event driven by epigenetic alterations?; ii) How do epigenetic pathways control CNS function?; (iii) What happens to "epigenetic memory" during aging processes, and do these alterations cause CNS dysfunction?; (iv) Can one restore normal CNS function by manipulating the epigenome using pharmacologic agents, and will this ameliorate aging-related neurodegeneration? These and other still unanswered questions remain critical to understanding the impact of multifaceted epigenetic machinery on the age-related dysfunction of CNS.
This article was published in Neurotherapeutics and referenced in Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism

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