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The epigenetic landscape of ME/cfs: deciphering complex phenotypes

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Kati, Oct 20, 2017.

  1. Kati

    Kati Patient in training

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    The epigenetic landscape of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome: deciphering complex phenotypes

    This is an editorial from 2 researchers from Toronto, De Vega and McGowan. It is behind a paywall and i did not check sci-hub for availability.

    Link here
     
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  2. ScottTriGuy

    ScottTriGuy Stop the harm. Start the research and treatment.

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    I would be interested in this if any one has access.
     
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  3. Jonathan Edwards

    Jonathan Edwards "Gibberish"

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    I can access it through college. It is a very short review quoting the paper a year or so ago looking at gene methylation in white blood cells. To be honest it says nothing new. I also think the introductory stuff is misleading. This is nothing to do with heritability or genetics or epigenetics in that sense but heritability is used as a justification for writing about it. I would not personally call this sort of work epigenetics. It is studying functional commitment of cells during maturation in terms of gene expression potential.
     
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  4. Demepivo

    Demepivo Dolores Abernathy

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    *Can't find it yet on Sci Hub. I am not sure how you put in an order for something there. If something is not yet available, do Sci Hub make a note of it & someoen tries to retreive it?

    *Journal has made it difficult to copy & paste details by using screenshots rather than the text.

    *No details on PubMed apart from the title, authors' details & DOI.

    The DOI is 10.2217/epi-2017-0106
     
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    Jonathan Edwards "Gibberish"

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    Joh Inactivist

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