Epigenetic responses and the developmental origins of health and disease.

@article{Goyal2019EpigeneticRA,
  title={Epigenetic responses and the developmental origins of health and disease.},
  author={D. Goyal and S. Limesand and R. Goyal},
  journal={The Journal of endocrinology},
  year={2019},
  volume={242 1},
  pages={
          T105-T119
        }
}
Maternal and paternal factors influence offspring development and program its genome for successful postnatal life. Based on the stressors during gestation, the pregnant female prepares the fetus for the outside environment. This preparation is achieved by changing the epigenome of the fetus and is referred to as 'developmental programming'. For instance, nutritional insufficiency in utero will lead to programming events that prepare the fetus to cope up with nutrient scarcity following birth… Expand
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