At the heart of accelerated old matter.


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} }