Answer to Question #81611 in Genetics for susan Guido
Why is it important for gene regulation to be reversible in a cell?
Gene regulation is a phenomenon which changes according to the need of the body. When certain signal increases the gene expression the gene is activated to form a protein similarly when the body does not require a particular protein, it signals it to inactivate that gene for some time. Hence it is necessary that the gene regulation system is reversible and flexible in order to accommodate changes in the body.