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The genomic loci of specific human tRNA genes exhibit ageing-related DNA hypermethylation. - Richard James Acton, Wei Yuan, Fei Gao, Yudong Xia, Emma Bourne, Eva Wozniak, Jordana Bell, Karen Lillycrop, Jun Wang, Elaine Dennison, Nicholas Harvey, Charles A. Mein, Tim D. Spector, Pirro G Hysi, Cyrus Cooper and Christopher G. Bell
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

DNA methylation signatures in cord blood associated with birthweight are enriched for dmCpGs previously associated with maternal hypertension or pre-eclampsia, smoking and folic acid intake - Elie Antoun, Philip Titcombe, Kathryn V. Dalrymple, Negusse Kitaba, Sheila Barton, A.C. Flynn, Robert Murray, Emma Garratt, Paul T. Seed, Sara L. White, Cyrus Cooper, Hazel Inskip, Mark Hanson, L. Poston, Keith Godfrey and Karen Lillycrop
Type: Article | 2021 | Item not available on this server.

Impact of drug solvents on C. elegans pharyngeal pumping - Fernando Calahorro Nunez, Linda Holden-Dye and Vincent O'connor
Type: Article | 2021

Dysregulation of endocannabinoid concentrations in human subcutaneous adipose tissue in obesity and modulation by omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids - Helena Fisk, Caroline Childs, Elizabeth Miles, Robert Ayres, Paul S. Noakes, Carolina Paras Chavez, Ondrej Kuda, Jan Kopecky, Elie Antoun, Karen Lillycrop and Philip Calder
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Adiposity associated DNA methylation signatures in adolescents are related to leptin and perinatal factors - R.C. Huang, P.E. Melton, M.A. Burton, L.J. Beilin, R. Clarke-Harris, E. Cook, K.M. Godfrey, G.C. Burdge, T.A. Mori, D Anderson, S. Rauschert, J.M. Craig, M.S. Kobor, J.L. MacIsaac, A.M. Morin, W.H. Oddy, C.E. Pennell, J.D. Holbrook and K.A. Lillycrop
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Influence of maternal lifestyle and diet on perinatal DNA methylation signatures associated with childhood arterial stiffness at 8-9 years - Robert Murray, Negusse Kitaba, Elie Antoun, Philip Titcombe, Sheila Barton, Cyrus Cooper, Hazel Inskip, Graham Burdge, Pamela A Mahon, John Deanfield, Julian P. Halcox, Elizabeth A. Ellins, Jennifer Bryant, Charles Peebles, Karen Lillycrop, Keith Godfrey and Mark Hanson
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Investigating autism associated genes in C. elegans reveals candidates with a role in social behaviour - Helena Rawsthorne-Manning, Fernando Calahorro Nunez, Linda Holden-Dye, Vincent O'connor and James Dillon
Type: Article | 2021

Childhood DNA methylation as a marker of early life rapid weight gain and subsequent overweight - N. Robinson, H. Brown, Elie Antoun, Keith Godfrey, Mark Hanson, Karen Lillycrop, Sarah Crozier, Robert Murray, M.S. Pearce, C.L. Relton, V. Albani and J.A. McKay
Type: Article | 2021

Human non-CpG methylation patterns display both tissue-specific and inter-individual differences suggestive of underlying function - Philip Titcombe, Robert Murray, Matthew Hewitt, Elie Antoun, Cyrus Cooper, Hazel Inskip, Joanna D Holbrook, Keith Godfrey, Karen Lillycrop, Mark Hanson and Sheila Barton
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2021

Folate and vitamin B12 status; associations with maternal glucose and neonatal DNA methylation sites related to dysglycaemia, in pregnant women with obesity. - Wenneke van Weelden, Paul T. Seed, Elie Antoun, Keith Godfrey, Negusse Kitaba, Karen Lillycrop, Kathryn V. Dalrymple, Agata Sobczyńska-Malefora, Rebecca C. Painter, Lucilla Poston, Sara L. White and Angela Flynn
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2021

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