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  • Epigenetics of human placental development and pregnancy-associated disease 

    INTRODUCTION: Epigenetics literally means ‘above DNA’ and refers to the study of molecular modifications that control gene expression and chromatin structure. DNA methylation, the most extensively studied epigenetic ...
  • The epidemiology of infantile eczema 

    Martin, Pamela Eileen (2011)
    Eczema is a common disease of early childhood which can have major effects on a child's development and quality of life. The prevalence of eczema has been rising over the past few decades and is particularly high in ...
  • Functional analysis of a novel mammalian zinc-finger centromere protein, ZNF397 

    Bailey, Sheena Louise (2010)
    The centromere is responsible for ensuring correct segregation of newly replicated sister chromatids into daughter cells. This fundamental role is conserved in eukaryotic organisms from yeast to humans. An error in chromosome ...

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