Question: In Order For Chemical Modifications Of Histones To Serve As A “code”, They Need To Convey Information That Is “written” By Something In The Cell And Then Is “read” By Something Else. Using Information Provided In Chapter 17, Briefly Describe In Molecular Terms Two Examples Of Something That ‘writes’ Using The Histone Code, Including …

Question: In Order For Chemical Modifications Of Histones To Serve As A “code”, They Need To Convey Information That Is “written” By Something In The Cell And Then Is “read” By Something Else. Using Information Provided In Chapter 17, Briefly Describe In Molecular Terms Two Examples Of Something That ‘writes’ Using The Histone Code, Including …

In order for chemical modifications of histones to serve as a“code”, they need to convey information that is “written” bysomething in the cell and then is “read” by something else. Usinginformation provided in chapter 17, briefly describe in molecularterms

  1. Two examples of something that ‘writes’ using the histone code,including how it writes.

2. One example of something that ‘reads’ a histone modification,and what eventually happens in response.