I strongly suggest you read Part 1 before reading Part 2 – the post for February 2015
In Part 1 we covered how cholesterol travels in the blood, and what the… 1,104 more words
Using supercomputers to analyze hundreds of thousands of genetic markers in a thousand plant samples, scientists say they have found how a common weed uses its genetic code to adapt to changes in its environment such as cold temperatures and drought. 487 more words
A recent study published in Molecular Nutrition & Food Research , “Interspecies communication between plant and mouse gut host cells through edible plant derived exosome-like nanoparticles… 731 more words
For the first time, we have a mechanism that could explain how your lifestyle choices may impact the genes of your children and grandchildren.
Mounting evidence suggests that environmental factors such as smoking, diet and stress can leave their mark on the genes of future generations. 219 more words
Eric R Gamazon, Heather E Wheeler, Kaanan Shah, Sahar V Mozaffari, Keston Aquino-Michaels, Robert J Carroll, Anne E Eyler, Joshua C Denny, Dan L Nicolae, Nancy J Cox, Hae Kyung Im, GTEx Consortium… 205 more words
That’s my dad. No, not the dapper gentleman standing in the back. He is the diapered baby sitting in front. One interesting thing about this circa 1924 photograph, I can tell you unequivocally, is that both males in the photograph are carriers of 22q13 deletion syndrome. 1,396 more words