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Strong evidence exists that various environmental exposures can influence human health and disease both early and later in life. Increasingly, data from both in vivo and human population-based studies suggest that environmental influences affect a range of epigenetic mechanisms associated with human health and disease. In Environmental Epigenetics in Toxicology and Public H Strong evidence exists that various environmental exposures can influence human health and disease both early and later in life. Increasingly, data from both in vivo and human population-based studies suggest that environmental influences affect a range of epigenetic mechanisms associated with human health and disease. In Environmental Epigenetics in Toxicology and Public Health, Dr. Rebecca Fry and over a dozen international contributors provide in-depth discussion of the suite of complex environmental factors shown to impact epigenetic components within the cell, as well as evidence that these epigenetic modifications are tied to early and later life health effects. This book offers a translational research perspective, highlighting both in vivo and human population-based evidence for ties between the environment, the epigenome, and health outcomes, with emphasis on evidence for transgenerational effects of exposures, as well as developmental windows of susceptibility to environmentally-linked epigenetic effects. A volume in the Translational Epigenetics series, this book also aides in the development of new therapeutic options meant to reverse inappropriate epigenetic alterations, helping researchers in their efforts prevent and treat a variety of chronic diseases tied to environmental exposures.


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Strong evidence exists that various environmental exposures can influence human health and disease both early and later in life. Increasingly, data from both in vivo and human population-based studies suggest that environmental influences affect a range of epigenetic mechanisms associated with human health and disease. In Environmental Epigenetics in Toxicology and Public H Strong evidence exists that various environmental exposures can influence human health and disease both early and later in life. Increasingly, data from both in vivo and human population-based studies suggest that environmental influences affect a range of epigenetic mechanisms associated with human health and disease. In Environmental Epigenetics in Toxicology and Public Health, Dr. Rebecca Fry and over a dozen international contributors provide in-depth discussion of the suite of complex environmental factors shown to impact epigenetic components within the cell, as well as evidence that these epigenetic modifications are tied to early and later life health effects. This book offers a translational research perspective, highlighting both in vivo and human population-based evidence for ties between the environment, the epigenome, and health outcomes, with emphasis on evidence for transgenerational effects of exposures, as well as developmental windows of susceptibility to environmentally-linked epigenetic effects. A volume in the Translational Epigenetics series, this book also aides in the development of new therapeutic options meant to reverse inappropriate epigenetic alterations, helping researchers in their efforts prevent and treat a variety of chronic diseases tied to environmental exposures.

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