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Epigenetic clocks are increasingly being used as a tool to assess the impact of a wide variety of phenotypes and exposures on healthy ageing, with a recent focus on social determinants of health. However, little attention has been paid to the sociodemographic characteristics of participants on...
Germline transmission of epigenetic information is a critical component of epigenetic inheritance. Previous studies have suggested that an erasure of DNA methylation is required to develop stem cells in the morula embryo. An exception involves imprinted genes that escape this DNA methylation...
DNA methylation is an important epigenetic modification that is widely conserved across animal genomes. It is widely accepted that DNA methylation patterns can change in a context-dependent manner, including in response to changing environmental parameters. However, this phenomenon has not been...
Human epidemiological studies reveal that dietary and environmental alterations influence the health of the offspring and that the effect is not limited to the F1 or F2 generations. Non-Mendelian transgenerational inheritance of traits in response to environmental stimuli has been confirmed in...
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