Epigenetics and the origins of paternal effects

@article{Curley2011EpigeneticsAT,
  title={Epigenetics and the origins of paternal effects},
  author={James P Curley and Rahia Mashoodh and Frances A. Champagne},
  journal={Hormones and Behavior},
  year={2011},
  volume={59},
  pages={306-314}
}
Though there are multiple routes through which parents can influence their offspring, recent studies of environmentally induced epigenetic variation have highlighted the role of non-genomic pathways. In addition to the experience-dependent modification of DNA methylation that can be achieved via mother-infant interactions, there has been increasing interest in the epigenetic mechanisms through which paternal influences on offspring development can be achieved. Epidemiological and laboratory… CONTINUE READING
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