CALL FOR PAPERS Physiological Genomics of Exercise in Health and Disease Multi-omic integrated networks connect DNA methylation and miRNA with skeletal muscle plasticity to chronic exercise in Type 2 diabetic obesity

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David S. Rowlands, Rachel A. Page, William R. Sukala, Mamta Giri, Svetlana D. Ghimbovschi, Irum Hayat, Birinder S. Cheema, Isabelle Lys, Murray Leikis, Phillip W. Sheard, St. John Wakefield, Bernhard Breier, Yetrib Hathout, Kristy Brown, Ramya Marathi, Funda E. Orkunoglu-Suer, Joseph M. Devaney, Benjamin Leiken, Gina Many, Jeremy Krebs, Will G. Hopkins, and… (More)

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@inproceedings{Rowlands2014CALLFP, title={CALL FOR PAPERS Physiological Genomics of Exercise in Health and Disease Multi-omic integrated networks connect DNA methylation and miRNA with skeletal muscle plasticity to chronic exercise in Type 2 diabetic obesity}, author={David Stephen Rowlands and Rachel A. Page and William R. Sukala and Mamta Giri and Svetlana D. Ghimbovschi and Irum Hayat and Birinder Singh Bobby Cheema and Isabelle Lys and Murray J. Leikis and Phillip W. Sheard and John G Wakefield and Bernhard H. Breier and Yetrib Hathout and Kristy Brown and Ramya L Marathi and Funda E. Orkunoglu-Suer and Joseph M. Devaney and Benjamin Leiken and Gina M. Many and Jeremy D Krebs and Will G Hopkins and Eric P. Hoffman}, year={2014} }