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Epidemiologists have shown data that epigenetic marks are caused by environmental influences during early development, and that they can effect phenotypic expression throughout one's lifetime. In work published this week in PNAS, they used mass spec analysis to measure DNA methylation across a sample of 60 people who were prenatally exposed to famine during the Dutch Hunger Winter in 1944-45.

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