Obesity: epigenetic regulation – recent observations

@article{Remely2015ObesityER,
  title={Obesity: epigenetic regulation – recent observations},
  author={Marlene Remely and Ana Laura de la Garza and Ulrich Magnet and Eva Aumueller and Alexander G. Haslberger},
  journal={Biomolecular Concepts},
  year={2015},
  volume={6},
  pages={163 - 175}
}
  • Marlene Remely, Ana Laura de la Garza, +2 authors Alexander G. Haslberger
  • Published in Biomolecular concepts 2015
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Abstract Genetic and environmental factors, especially nutrition and lifestyle, have been discussed in the literature for their relevance to epidemic obesity. Gene-environment interactions may need to be understood for an improved understanding of the causes of obesity, and epigenetic mechanisms are of special importance. Consequences of epigenetic mechanisms seem to be particularly important during certain periods of life: prenatal, postnatal and intergenerational, transgenerational… CONTINUE READING

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