Early-Life Stress Exerts Long-Lasting Effects Via Epigenome
Early-Life Stress Exerts Long-Lasting Effects Via Epigenome
In mice, epigenetic marks made on histones during infancy influence depression-like behavior during adulthood. A drug that reverses the genomic tags appears to undo the damage.
Early-Life Stress Exerts Long-Lasting Effects Via Epigenome
Early-Life Stress Exerts Long-Lasting Effects Via Epigenome

In mice, epigenetic marks made on histones during infancy influence depression-like behavior during adulthood. A drug that reverses the genomic tags appears to undo the damage.

In mice, epigenetic marks made on histones during infancy influence depression-like behavior during adulthood. A drug that reverses the genomic tags appears to undo the damage.

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Technique Talk: Single Cell Sequencing Sample Preparation for Oncology Research
Technique Talk: Single Cell Sequencing Sample Preparation for Oncology Research
The Scientist Creative Services Team in collaboration with 10x Genomics | Apr 29, 2021
In this workshop, learn tips and tricks for preparing cancer tissue samples for a variety of single cell applications.
Long-Lived Trees’ Epigenetic Mutations Serve as a Molecular Clock
Long-Lived Trees’ Epigenetic Mutations Serve as a Molecular Clock
Jef Akst | Mar 1, 2021
Cells found in different branches of a tree have different patterns of DNA methylation, changes in which accumulate over time.
<em>The Scientist&nbsp;</em>Speaks Ep. 15 - The Epigenetic Origins of Allergy and Asthma
The Scientist Speaks Ep. 15 - The Epigenetic Origins of Allergy and Asthma
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Feb 26, 2021
Epigenetic marks acquired from environmental exposures throughout life influence human health and may even transcend generations.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome May Be Inherited Epigenetically
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome May Be Inherited Epigenetically
Katarina Zimmer | Feb 9, 2021
Female mice modeling the hormonal disorder can pass symptoms down for several generations, likely via changes in genome methylation that are similarly observed in women with PCOS.
Genetic Reprogramming Restores Vision in Mice: Study
Genetic Reprogramming Restores Vision in Mice: Study
Max Kozlov | Dec 6, 2020
Researchers repaired what is otherwise irreversible damage in the animals’ ocular neurons, by activating transcription factors ordinarily used to generate induced pluripotent stem cells.
Q&amp;A: How Animals Change in Space
Q&A: How Animals Change in Space
Jef Akst | Nov 25, 2020
Weill Cornell Medicine geneticist Christopher Mason speaks with The Scientist about a bolus of new work on the physiological, cellular, and molecular effects of leaving Earth.
Advances in Nucleic Acid Sequencing
Advances in Nucleic Acid Sequencing
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Aug 13, 2020
Download this eBook to learn how new sequencing methods revolutionize genetics research!
Heart Attack Elevates Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence: Study
Heart Attack Elevates Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence: Study
Amanda Heidt | Jul 13, 2020
Mice that experienced heart attacks underwent a large-scale shift in their immune systems that allowed cancer to flourish, perhaps explaining the observation in patients.
Inheriting Memories
Inheriting Memories
The Scientist Staff | Jan 13, 2020
Tel Aviv University neuroscientist Oded Rechavi discusses his studies on the inheritance of acquired traits.