Nutrition in epigenetics / edited by Mihai D. Niculescu, Paul Haggarty.
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|Subject:||Nutrition > Genetic aspects.
- ISBN: 9780470959824
- ISBN: 0470959827
- ISBN: 9780470959800
- ISBN: 0470959800
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (xi, 370 pages) : illustrations
- Publisher: Ames, Iowa : Blackwell, 2011.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Front Matter -- Introduction / Mihai D Niculescu, Paul Haggarty -- Fundamental Principles in Epigenetics. DNA Methylation / Natalia V Cucu -- Chromatin Modifications / Sandra B Hake -- Roles of RNAi and Other Micro-RNAs in the Regulation of Epigenetic Processes / Muller Fabbri -- Epigenetic Inheritance: Both Mitotic and Meiotic / Nina J Kaminen-Ahola, Arttu I Ahola, Emma Whitelaw -- Developmental Epigenetics: Roles in Embryonic Development / Liliana Burlibasa, Lucian Gavrila -- Epigenetics, Nutrition, and Cancer / Amy R Johnson -- Metabolic Syndrome, Obesity, and Diabetes / Karen D Corbin -- Autoimmunity / Donna Ray, Raymond Yung -- Cardiovascular Diseases / Aurelian Bidulescu, Methode Bacanamwo -- Nutritional Status and Specific Nutrients. Maternal Nutrition and Developmental Outcomes / Shannon L Haley, Laurie J Moyer-Mileur, Robert H Lane, Lisa A Joss-Moore -- Folate, Vitamin B, and Vitamin B / Patrick J Stover -- Dietary Choline, Betaine, Methionine, and Epigenetic Mechanisms Influencing Brain Development / Steven H Zeisel -- Epigenetic Regulation by Retinoids / Amandio Vieira -- We are what we Eat: How Nutritional Compounds Such as Isoflavones Shape Our Epigenome / Carlos M Guerrero-Bosagna, Susan J Clark -- Isothiocyanates and Polyphenols / Nigel J Belshaw, Ian T Johnson -- The Effect of Maternal Macronutrient Intake on Phenotype Induction and Epigenetic Gene Regulation / Karen A Lillycrop, Mark A Hanson, Graham C Burdge -- Epigenetic Manifestation of Environmental Exposures / Dana C Dolinoy, Olivia S Anderson, Laura S Rozek -- Epigenetics, Nutrition, and Reproduction: Short- and Long-Term Consequences / Paul Haggarty -- Nutrition, Epigenetics, and Cancer: An Epidemiological Perspective / Audrey Jung, Ellen Kampman -- Index.
|Summary:|| "The study of epigenetics, or how heritable changes in gene expression are regulated without modifying the coding DNA sequence, has become an increasingly important field of study in recent years. Rapid developments in our understanding of the way in which gene function is modulated by the environment has revolutionized the way we think about human development and health. Nutrition in Epigenetics reviews the latest research looking at the interaction between genes and nutrients and the role they play together in maintaining human health."-- Provided by publisher.
|Source of Description Note:|| Print version record.