Pollution and proto-oncogenes

Skin is more prone to pollution as it is the outer layer of the body and a protection channel, and is the most effected part from outer pollution. Some of studies and researches have shown that pollution can make epigenetic changes within days and many major changes might occur in DNA that is change in methylation patterns leading to heritable changes. Various genes are being damaged to pollution in various ways.

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