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A network for the epigenomics community to share knowledge
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Epigenetics and the ageing brain: a multidisciplinary approach

In this editorial, Karen Mather (The Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing, the University of New South Wales, Australia) discusses the role of epigenetics in ageing, the importance of large, collaborative studies in furthering our understanding of the role epigenomics plays in the ageing brain and how epigenomics may contribute to preventing and treating age-related disease in the future.

https://www.epigenomicsnet.com/users/15419-karen-mather/posts/11815-epigenetics-and-the-ageing-brain-a-multidisciplinary-approach 

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Leukemia and the epigenome: interview with Dr Gordon Strathdee: Exclusive to www.EpigenomicsNet.com members (it's free to join!), as part of our July focus on hematological malignancies, we spoke to Gordon Strathdee (Newcastle University) about genetic and epigenetic alterations in the development of leukemia, epigenetic mechanisms controlling sensitivity to anti-cancer agents, the overlap between methylation in cancer and methylation changes in normal ageing and finally the effects of cancer therapy on the epigenome.

https://www.epigenomicsnet.com/users/5610-stella-bennett/videos/10881-video2 

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Quelling inflammation: long noncoding RNA found to play role in innate immunity.

Researchers from the University of Massachusetts (Boston, MA, USA) have found that a long noncoding RNA could be responsible for regulating innate immunity, findings that could lead to new insights into inflammatory disease.

www.epigenomicsnet.com/posts/10532-quelling-inflammation-long-noncoding-rna-found-to-play-role-in-innate-immunity 

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Check out this editorial from Dr Nadia Vilahur (World Health Organization): "Prenatal exposure to mixtures of estrogenic-like chemicals and epigenetic changes in the human placenta" https://www.epigenomicsnet.com/users/16657-nadia-vilahur/posts/6917-prenatal-exposure-to-mixtures-of-estrogenic-like-chemicals-and-epigenetic-changes-in-the-human-placenta

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Check out this editorial from one of our super Leaders, Jeffrey Craig (Environmental & Genetic Epidemiology Research Group, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, Australia; and Department of Paediatrics, University of Melbourne, Australia):

Towards the development of epigenetic biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease: https://www.epigenomicsnet.com/users/11122-jeffrey-craig/posts/6788-towards-the-development-of-epigenetic-biomarkers-for-alzheimer-s-disease 

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Psychiatry and epigenomics: challenges and future perspectives with Dr Gavin Reynolds
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