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Experience changes gene expression

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Professor James Eberwine describes three ways in which experiences can change the gene-expression: changing RNA translation, movement, and potentially production.
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Daily interactions, even thinking about a past experience, does change gene expression within cells both at the level of translation of RNAs in a protein, potentially movement of RNAs into different regions of the cell, and thirdly potentially even the production of RNAs. Experience definitely changes gene expression.
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gene expression, experience, rna, translation, movement, production, james eberwine
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