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    Date: 05/28/2015
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    Dr. Patrick McGowan discusses how stresses early in life can potentially impact epigenetic mechanisms and disease susceptibility. This short take was shot during a break at Keystone Symposia's meeting on Environmental Epigenomics and Disease Susceptib....
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    Date: 05/28/2015
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    Alex welcomes biomedical research pioneer and author, Dr. Joel Wallach, to speak on his latest book, Epigenetics: The Death of the Genetic Theory of Disease Transmission, which discusses the relationships between nutrition, genetics and disease. http:/...
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    Date: 05/28/2015
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    Once upon a time in the world of genetics, two identical twins were born. The two baby boys were named Jim and Tim Van Horn. All observable phenotypes were alike, this was no surprise because they were genetic clones. Their hair, eyes, behaviours were ...
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    Date: 05/28/2015
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    Paul Andersen explains the concepts of genetics. He starts with a brief discussion of the nature vs. nurture debate and shows how epigenetics blurs this distinction. He explains how differentiation of cell types results from the inactivation of certain...
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    Date: 05/28/2015
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    Adaptability Explorer David Shenk There are few authors who could write important books on subjects as diverse as Alzheimer's, chess, genetics and information overload. Yet David Shenk's background as a contributor to National Geographic, the BBC and.....
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