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A new form of magnetic resonance imaging can reveal where so-called epigenetic changes have occurred in the brain. The technique, which requires a special diet, can image chemical labels added to DNA. Epigenetic MRI, or eMRI as the team call it, has only been tested on piglets so far, but should work in people, too.
“We expect eMRI to be readily translated to humans and thus enable many new investigations into the epigenetic basis of brain function, behavior, and disease,” write King Li and …

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