- New Paper: Genomic Imprinting, Human Skeletal Muscle and Exercise Epigenetics
- Does maternal exercise during pregnancy alter the fetal epigenome?
- 17th Annual Genes, Brain and Behavior Meeting
- From DNA to Social Minds, 30 June – 1 July 2014
- Stress, a way to make stem cells? Could be an evolutionary adaptation to harsh environments — Archaea Extremophiles
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Chalk and Brown (2014) hypothesized that exercising during pregnancy can permanently alter offspring epigenetics. Epigenetics is literally defined as ‘above genetics’ and includes all heritable variation in gene activity that is not due to changes in the underlying DNA sequence. … Continue reading