The mother of all problems: can the EWAS tell us how maternal lifestyle might damage our long-term health?
Gemma Sharp discusses why we should be cautious about interpreting results from epigenome-wide association studies (EWAS) as evidence that epigenetics mediates the developmental origins of health and disease.
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