Latest Epigenome Stories
When Jean-Baptiste Lamarck first published his theories on evolution, responses were so hostile that the once-respected scientist died in poverty and was buried in a pit. Now it seems he may be getting the last gir-laugh.
Regardless of their stage or type, cancers appear to share a telltale signature of widespread changes to the so-called epigenome, according to a team of researchers.
In parallel with modern man (Homo sapiens), there were other, extinct types of humans with whom we lived side by side, such as Neanderthals and the recently discovered Denisovans of Siberia.
With Neanderthals and modern humans sharing more than 99.8 percent of their genetic material, the differences in DNA between the two species are fairly minimal and the differences seen in phenotypes are mostly caused by certain genes being “switched on” or “switched off.”
A Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory physicist and his colleagues have found a new application for the tools and mathematics typically used in physics to help solve problems in biology.
‘Epigenetic superfood’ offers potential entrepreneurs a novel entry into the nutritional supplement market. Chesterfield, MO (PRWEB) October 28, 2013
Reliv’s emergence as nutritional epigenetics company promises new opportunities for expansion in the years to come. Chesterfield, MO (PRWEB) October 08, 2013
Supplementation at preventive intake levels could represent potential savings of billions of dollars. Chesterfield, MO (PRWEB) September 30, 2013 Reliv
Deal Positions Reliv as Industry Leader in Emerging Field of Nutritional Epigenetics CHESTERFIELD, MO (PRWEB) July 24, 2013 Reliv International, Inc.
New research has found epigenetic changes within brain cells continues well into the developmental years.
- The horn of a unicorn considered as a medical or pharmacological ingredient.
- A winged horse with a single horn on its head; a winged unicorn.