Determinants of Epigenetic Changes (Rosita Gabbianelli)

DNA methylation patterns are influenced by the underlying genetic sequence, stochastic changes, socio-economic or cultural environmental factors and other epigenetic mechanisms, resulting in differing methylation patterns across populations, age, tissue and loci. Prof Rosita Gabbianelli discusses the importance of such factors and the responsibility of all involved in decision making to reduce -if not eliminate- what causes problems, and empower those factors that contribute to health.




Genetic Determinants of Epigenetic Patterns: Providing Insight into Disease

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Epigenetics and child health: basic principles

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Epigenetics and neurodegeneration: role of early-life nutrition

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Epigenome-wide change and variation in DNA methylation in childhood: trajectories from birth to late adolescence

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