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DNA methylation as a mediator of in utero exposures on the risk of childhood ALL

09:06 EDT 23 Sep 2016 | ecancermedicalscience

Jessica Timms speaks with ecancer at Childhood Cancer 2016 about how environmental factors, including parental diet and behaviour, can increase childhood risk of disease development, mediated by DNA methylation. She describes the methylation process as...

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