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Environmental Epigenetics

City of Hope/Beckman Research Institute Epigenetic effects of endocrine disruptors in fetal germ cells Szabo, Piroska
Duke University Identification and characterization of epigenetically labile genes Jirtle, Randy
European Molecular Biology Laboratory Epigenetic programming by early gene-environment interactions Gross, Cornelius
Georgetown University Arsenite and epigenetic regulation of gene expression Martin, Mary
Georgetown University Epigenetic regulation by Poly(ADP-ribose) in response to arsenite Jung, Mitchell
Harvard University School of Public Health Epigenetic effects of particles and metals on cardiac health of an aging cohort Schwartz, Joel
Johns Hopkins University AGE-related epigenetic causes and disease consequence Fallin, Margaret
Johns Hopkins University The environment and epigenetic gene silencing in cancer Baylin, Stephen
Ohio State University Epigenetic regulation of PTPG by zeranol in beef increases breast cancer risk Lin, Young
Oregon Health & Science University Gene silencing in mammalian cells induced by environmental exposure Turker, Mitchell
Tufts University Perinatal xenoestrogen exposure: epigenesis and neoplasia Soto, Ana
University of California Davis Epigenetic interaction of MECP2 and organic pollutants in neurodevelopment LaSalle, Janine
University of Michigan Ann Arbor Environmental effects on lupus T cell methylation and gene expression Richardson, Bruce
University of Nebraska Lincoln Epigenetic effects of biotin on activation of endogenous viral sequences Zempleni, Janos
University of South Carolina Columbia Dietary polyphenols are consequential epigenetic modulators of gene expression Zhu, Bao-Ting
University of Southern California DNA methylation differences between identical twins with different environmental exposures Mack, Thomas
University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Regulation of transcriptional co-activators by environmental estrogens Bedford, Mark Department of Health & Human Services National Institutes of Health
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