epigenetic

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epigenetic

[¦ep·ə·jə¦ned·ik]
(geology)
Produced or formed at or near the surface of the earth.
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Finally, loss of the epigenetically modified DNA base 5-hydroxymethylcytosine (5-hmC) as detected by immunohistochemistry (and direct immunofluorescence) has also been shown to be a potentially useful diagnostic and prognostic adjunct in the assessment of melanocytic proliferations.
The data showed that 5-azadC and TSA could increase Grail expression in these cell lines, suggesting that the expression of Grail was epigenetically regulated.{Figure 1}
While the paternal line has been shown to epigenetically induce metabolic syndrome in the next generation, maternal developmental programing is much more complex.
Exposure of human prostaspheres to bisphenol A epigenetically regulates SNORD family noncoding RNAs via histone modification.
Long noncoding RNA ANRIL indicates a poor prognosis of gastric cancer and promotes tumor growth by epigenetically silencing of miR-99a/miR-449a.
I am frankly worried about the epigenetically disrupted emotional stability of voters circa 2035, born in these days of unprecedented and tumultuous hatred by their hyper-partisan parents.
Many of the genes that are epigenetically modified by ELS also play prominent roles in AUD and PTSD.
Sometimes such logics have depicted those deemed to be epigenetically-compromised as a hindrance, even a threat, to the optimal development of others, that is as elements of a supposed epigenetically deficient environment (Hertzman 2011b; Murray 2015).
The trauma plays out epigenetically, imprinting itself on the younger generation.
EDCs also have been found to be epigenetically toxic.
Near-genomewide RNAi screening for regulators of BRAF (V600E) -induced senescence identifies RASEF, a gene epigenetically silenced in melanoma.
Despite the rather crude nature of this method, it is nevertheless advantageous because it allows researchers to quickly and easily generate populations that are genetically identical but epigenetically variant and perform manipulative experiments with these lines.