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methyl +‎ -ome.


methylome (plural methylomes)

  1. (genetics) The set of nucleic acid methylation modifications in an organism's genome or in a particular cell.
    • 2019, He-Feng Huan et al., “16: The Intergenerational Effects on Fetal Programming”, in Peter C. K. Leung, Jie Qiao, editors, Human Reproductive and Prenatal Genetics, Elsevier (Academic Press), page 372:
      The reprogramming of parental methylomes is essential for embryonic development.

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