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Epigenetic Mechanisms May Help Plants Remember and Adapt to Hot Weather

By Regenr8 | Jun 22, 2021

Global warming is an ever-growing threat to ecosystems all over the world. Temperatures are continually rising, and weather patterns have become more irregular and aggressive—making it difficult for all organisms to survive. Plants are an essential part of our ecosystem, and their survival can benefit from the rising CO2 levels, but severely high temperatures present …

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Epigenetic Factors Determine the Characteristics of B-Cells

By Regenr8 | Jun 8, 2021

Most people know antibodies as the “warriors” of our immune system, helping us fight off invading pathogens. But not all antibodies are made for this purpose. Some perform necessary maintenance functions, such as clearing the blood of wastes like oxidized LDL cholesterol. These, too, are just as vital for keeping us safe and healthy. Understanding …

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Impaired Muscle Gene Expression Linked to Type 2 Diabetes

By Regenr8 | May 25, 2021
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Switching Off Genes with A New CRISPR Epigenetic Editing Tool

By Regenr8 | May 11, 2021

CRISPR continues to make headlines as a powerful genomic editing tool. With a Nobel Prize, CRISPR-based COVID-19 diagnostics, and several successful clinical trials in the last year alone, the breakthroughs just keep coming. Now scientists are taking CRISPR to another level – the epigenome.  In a recent paper published in Cell, a team of researchers led …

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Time Off Reverses the Adverse Epigenetic Effects of Shift Work Disorder

By Regenr8 | Apr 27, 2021

Shift work has been on the rise over the past decade as the demand for real-time goods and services increases globally. This growth has never been more evident than during the past year, as the pandemic forced many people to rely on essential workers for increased medical care, home delivery goods, and other high-demand consumer …

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Maternal Exercise During Pregnancy Epigenetically Improves Future Health of a Child, Regardless of Parental Weight

By Regenr8 | Apr 13, 2021

It’s never too late to exercise – even if you’re pregnant. Not only does it benefit the mother by reducing her chances of getting gestational diabetes or other possible complications, but it will also improve the baby’s total health. New research reveals that exercise could even prevent certain metabolic disorders from being passed on from …

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DNA Methylation at PON3 May Lead to Weight Loss in Humans Following a Hypocaloric Diet.

By Regenr8 | Mar 30, 2021

Obesity has become a major pandemic in the United States and other countries and is a major burden to healthcare costs due to its co-morbidities including cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer. More effective ways to treat and prevent obesity and its related co-morbidities is a dire need currently being addressed by biomedical and …

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Epigenetic Biomarkers May Help Assess a Father’s Likelihood of Having an Autistic Child

By Regenr8 | Mar 16, 2021

Autism rates have risen steadily in the past two decades, now affecting an estimated 1 in 54 children in the US. Efforts to better understand this condition and treat it effectively have risen, too. However, the underlying causes of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) remain unclear, and there is no known preventative measure or cure. But …

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How a Ketogenic Diet May Change Your Gene Expression

By Regenr8 | Mar 2, 2021

Over the past few years, ketogenic diets have become one of the most popular weight loss tools out there. Numerous studies show ketogenic diets are effective for weight loss in obese and overweight individuals and if you do a quick social media search for “Ketogenic diet” or “Keto” you will find countless anecdotes that support …

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