epigenotype

epigenotype

[‚ep·ə′jēn·ə‚tīp]
(genetics)
The total developmental system through which the adult form of an organism is realized, comprising the interactions among genes and between genes and the nongenetic environment.
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Follic acid supplementation during Juvenile pubertal period in rats modifies the phenotype and epigenotype induced by prenatal nutrition.
Stable inheritance of DNA methylation allows creation of epigenotype maps and the study of epiallele inheritance patterns in the absence of genetic variation.
Does the Uremic Milieu Effect the Epigenotype. Journal of Renal Nutrition.
"Epigenetic super-similarity" results from the specific establishment of epigenotype -- genetic patterns that compose DNA -- prior to embryo formation during twinning.
Waddington, "The epigenotype," International Journal of Epidemiology, vol.
The early developmental stage of embryo is a sensitive window for alteration in epigenotype or genotype as adaptive response to any xenobiotics exposure.
Maternal ethanol consumption alters the epigenotype and the phenotype of offspring in a mouse model.
Waddington, "The epigenotype. 1942," International Journal of Epidemiology, vol.
This study thus implicates the mtDNA epigenotype as a critical biomarker in cellular senescence of MSCs.
Fragile X syndrome (FXS) (12) is a severe neurodevelopmental disorder which is complex and heterogeneous in both clinical phenotype and epigenotype. FXS is one of the major inherited conditions comorbid with autistic behaviors, with an incidence of approximately 1 in 4000 in the general population [reviewed in Hagerman et al.
Folic acid supplementation during the juvenile- pubertal period in rats modifies the phenotype and epigenotype induced by prenatal nutrition.
Our study was designed to investigate the prognostic effect of CIMP epigenotype in stages II and III sporadic colorectal cancer interacting with adjuvant chemotherapy in Chinese population utilizing the five-gene panel.