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Epigenetic modifications, such as DNA methylation patterns at CpG sites and the deregulation of chromatin states has emerged as a major governing factor in tumour initiation, progression and cancer therapy sensitivity. Various environmental factors such as diet, behaviour, stress, and toxins remodel our epigenome either in a beneficial or detrimental way. Since DNA methylation is reversible in contrast to genetic defects, chemopreventive nutritional polyphenols such as soy, genistein, resveratro...
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