25 Dec

We have shown here that an epigenetic change can affect the life of of an organism.

We have shown here that an epigenetic change can affect the life of of an organism, said Anne Brunet, assistant professor of genetics, But only in the context of an intact reproductive system Brunet the senior author of the study published online will be June 16 in Nature.

Greer, the lead author of the study used a technique called RNA interference in fertile worms methodically block the expression – one by one – of genes a cell a cell, epigenetic status He identified a number of genes that when inhibited. Conversely the worms to live up to 30 % longer than normal.Countries such as Germany hit record high in poor countriesNew data show from the World Health Organization in that the GAVI, a breakthrough global initiative increasing access to vaccines for kids, immunization coverage has launched to capture tops in the poorest countries.