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Perinatal programming - myths, fact, and future of research.

Dötsch J - Mol Cell Pediatr (2014)

Bottom Line: Perinatal programming, i.e., the (epigenetic) modification of (genetic) functions throughout lifetime, suffers from the notion of premature theories and difficult and extensive research strategies.This mini review aims at depicting 9 current developments and discusses possible future research strategies.

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Affiliation: Department of Pediatrics, University of Cologne, Kerpener Str. 62, Köln, 50937, Germany. Joerg.doetsch@uk-koeln.de.

ABSTRACT

Background and findings: Perinatal programming, i.e., the (epigenetic) modification of (genetic) functions throughout lifetime, suffers from the notion of premature theories and difficult and extensive research strategies.

Conclusions: This mini review aims at depicting 9 current developments and discusses possible future research strategies.

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Concept of fetal and perinatal programming the mismatch hypothesis may only be applied to the intrauterine deficit situation, not to the intrauterine surplus.
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Fig1: Concept of fetal and perinatal programming the mismatch hypothesis may only be applied to the intrauterine deficit situation, not to the intrauterine surplus.

Mentions: Where are the pitfalls of current research? Can we develop new strategies?


Perinatal programming - myths, fact, and future of research.

Dötsch J - Mol Cell Pediatr (2014)

Concept of fetal and perinatal programming the mismatch hypothesis may only be applied to the intrauterine deficit situation, not to the intrauterine surplus.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

License
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getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC4530577&req=5

Fig1: Concept of fetal and perinatal programming the mismatch hypothesis may only be applied to the intrauterine deficit situation, not to the intrauterine surplus.
Mentions: Where are the pitfalls of current research? Can we develop new strategies?

Bottom Line: Perinatal programming, i.e., the (epigenetic) modification of (genetic) functions throughout lifetime, suffers from the notion of premature theories and difficult and extensive research strategies.This mini review aims at depicting 9 current developments and discusses possible future research strategies.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Pediatrics, University of Cologne, Kerpener Str. 62, Köln, 50937, Germany. Joerg.doetsch@uk-koeln.de.

ABSTRACT

Background and findings: Perinatal programming, i.e., the (epigenetic) modification of (genetic) functions throughout lifetime, suffers from the notion of premature theories and difficult and extensive research strategies.

Conclusions: This mini review aims at depicting 9 current developments and discusses possible future research strategies.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus