September 23

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EPIGENETICS: Paul Brenner, M.D., Ph.D. and Daniel Vicario, M.D.

By heheals

September 23, 2020




Epigenetics studies what turns genes on and off. Changes in gene function that do not involve changes in DNA sequence. Epigenesis: chain of developmental processes that lead from genotype to phenotype after the initial action of the genes.

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  1. Watch your thoughts; they become words.
    Watch your words; they become actions.
    Watch your actions; they become habits.
    Watch your habits; they become character.
    Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.
    —Lao-Tze

  2. amazing interview from a different perspective. I am about to start my work on M.Sc, thesis related to "developmental origin of health and disease", just getting involved into epigenetics, very exciting field. Thank you for this interview. Regards from Paris.

  3. how is the epigenetic mechanism of controlling genes passed from one generation to the next? so the descendants of people w great tragedies should have very poor epigenetic consequences, ie poor health.

  4. Hey… you wouldn't happen to know of any studies that demonstrate how (if) thoughts have an affect on turning genes on/off? I know they said that there were no studies yet, but is there anything new I could watch/read?

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