Multiscale chromatin dynamics 

Together with Springer Nature, COST has given INC the possibility to cover publication fees for joint submissions (research papers, reviews, short reports,…) to be considered for publication in a Special Series on [multiscale chromatin dynamics]. This Series will be co-hosted by Clinical Epigenetics and Epigenetic Communications and will undergo stringent peer review. Upon acceptance, Springer Nature ensures good visibility to the publication.

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Clinical Epigenetics (CLEP)

& Epigenetics Communications (EPIC)

Pernette Verschure | Wim Vanden Berghe

The last few years have seen a wealth of knowledge on the role of epigenetic gene regulation in (patho-)physiological processes. New insights relate to the highly dynamic nature of epigenetic systems. Epigenetic regulatory proteins are in constant motion in the nucleus, exchanging between chromatin-bound and unbound states. In addition, various layers of chromatin folding show defined dynamics. The causal relationship between these dynamics of chromatin and nuclear organization with gene activity and silencing is still an open question of great importance. In this series, we aim to provide an overview of multiscale chromatin dynamics. In particular, we are interested in the following topics, but suggestions for alternative subjects are welcomed:

>< Interpretation of single cell epigenetics and transcription dynamics

>< The relationship between random epigenetic fluctuations and precise control of genome functioning

>< Innovative, quantitative image-analysis tools to determine functional organization of epigenetics, chromatin, and nuclear organization 

>< Mimicking chromatin organization with artificial systems to simulate precise perturbations and simulation 

>< The role of chromatin and nuclear organization in aging and diseases

EPIC considers and warmly welcomes “negative data” for publication (see website for requirements).

Contact persons

Clinical Epigenetics: Wim Vanden Berghe

Epigenetics Communications: Pernette Verschure

Editor-in-Chief of both journals: Marianne Rots



[multiscale chromatin dynamics]

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