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  1. There are genes that make proteins that make epigenetic changes to genes (for example genes related to H3K4 and H3K36 de/methylation and H4K16 de/acetylation, TrxG genes). therefore in the hypothesis that ageing is epigenetic rather than genetic it is still mostly genes that make proteins that make epigenetic changes to genes that are ultimately responsible for some of the epigenetic changes. therefore ageing would still be genetic in the epigenetic theory of aging; right?
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