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Epigenetic Gene Promoter Methylation at Birth Is Associated With Child’s Later Adiposity

By Keith M. Godfrey, Allan Sheppard, Peter D. Gluckman, Karen A. Lillycrop, Graham C. Burdge, Cameron McLean, Joanne Rodford, Joanne L. Slater-Jefferies, Emma Garratt, Sarah R. Crozier, B. Starling Emerald, Catharine R. Gale, Hazel M. Inskip, Cyrus Cooper and Mark A. Hanson
Topics: Obesity Studies
Publisher: American Diabetes Association
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3115550
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