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Research findings may help identify genes that trigger BWS in humans

Research findings may help identify genes that trigger BWS in humans

Study reveals epigenetic mechanisms contribute to chronic disease susceptibility prior to birth

Study reveals epigenetic mechanisms contribute to chronic disease susceptibility prior to birth

Children born after assisted reproduction at no greater risk for cancer, study finds

Children born after assisted reproduction at no greater risk for cancer, study finds

CDKN1C gene mutation contributes to IMAGe syndrome

CDKN1C gene mutation contributes to IMAGe syndrome

UCLA geneticists identify mutation responsible for IMAGe syndrome

UCLA geneticists identify mutation responsible for IMAGe syndrome

Professor Nygren reviews current state of IVF safety

Professor Nygren reviews current state of IVF safety

Children born after ART at increased risk of congenital malformation

Children born after ART at increased risk of congenital malformation

In vitro fertilization ups the risk of birth defects: study

In vitro fertilization ups the risk of birth defects: study

Analysis suggests human development is set by ongoing interplay of parent and offspring genes

Analysis suggests human development is set by ongoing interplay of parent and offspring genes

Newly discovered mechanism can explain the Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome

Newly discovered mechanism can explain the Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome

DNA of human embryonic stem cells is chemically modified in a characteristic, predictable pattern

DNA of human embryonic stem cells is chemically modified in a characteristic, predictable pattern

Disruption of chromosome loops can lead to Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome

Disruption of chromosome loops can lead to Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome

Framework for systematically incorporating epigenetic information into traditional genetic studies

Framework for systematically incorporating epigenetic information into traditional genetic studies

Abnormalities observed in cloned mice help reinforce the need to continue to avoid the reproductive cloning of humans

Abnormalities observed in cloned mice help reinforce the need to continue to avoid the reproductive cloning of humans