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The epigenome is a multitude of chemical compounds that can tell the genome what to do. The human genome is the complete assembly of DNA - about 3 billion base pairs - that makes each individual unique. The epigenomes also contain information for how epigenetic changes could be involved in human diseases, including cancer, Alzheimer's disease and autoimmune diseases. Sofar 111 epigenomes from different human cell types, including all the major organs, immune cells and embryonic stem cells has been reported.

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Epigenome - Nature