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Epigenetics is a rapidly developing and expanding biological science which will change our perception of cell biology in a profound way. In order to increase our knowledge of how epigenetics could have an impact in (eco)toxicology, a solid understanding of the biology and variation of the epigenome is essential to better assess concerns about possible adverse health effects related to epigenetic changes.