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Epigenetic differences after prenatal adversity: The Dutch Hunger Winter
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The central dogma of biology states that heritable information is passed residue-by-residue from DNA to RNA and finally protein. Moreover it states that such information cannot be transferred back to protein or nucleic acid...

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Exercise and training in NAFLD and insulin resistance
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The prevalence of obesity is reaching epidemic proportions worldwide. Environmental factors like consumption of high-caloric diets and low levels of physical activity are likely to underlie this increasing prevalence. Obesity is one of the most important risk factors contributing to mortality and the overall burden of disease. Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) may be the most devastating disease condition associated with obesity. T2DM is characterized by a gradual decline in insulin sensitivity, which impairs the effect of insulin and eventually elevates blood glucose values. The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) reported that 366 million people worldwide were suffering from diabetes in 2011. Ninety percent of those people suffered from..

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