At the heart of accelerated old matter.

Abstract

It is now abundantly clear that the geneenvironment interaction in early life may be just as important as the gene–adult lifestyle interaction in setting a risk of heart disease, if not more so. Likewise, alterations in cardiac morphology in utero maynotonly trigger congenital heart disease but also significantly influence cardiac function in adulthood… (More)
DOI: 10.1113/JP273656

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@article{Botting2017AtTH, title={At the heart of accelerated old matter.}, author={Kimberley J. Botting and Dino A Giussani}, journal={The Journal of physiology}, year={2017}, volume={595 4}, pages={1009-1010} }