Serving epigenetics before its time.

  title={Serving epigenetics before its time.},
  author={Eric T. Juengst and Jennifer R. Fishman and Michelle L. McGowan and Richard A. Settersten},
  journal={Trends in genetics : TIG},
  volume={30 10},
Society prizes the rapid translation of basic biological science into ways to prevent human illness. However, the premature rush to take murine epigenetic findings in these directions makes impossible demands on prospective parents and triggers serious social and ethical questions. 
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