|July 4, 2015||Posted by News under Epigenetics, Intelligent Design, News|
Over at Evolution News & Views, we are told that two Israeli researchers are “ flirting with Lamarck”: Lamarck? He was the much-ridiculed Frenchman (1744–1829) who was right about the inheritance of acquired characteristics. In other words, stuff that happened to our grandparents and parents could help shape our genome, and affect our health and […]
|June 18, 2015||Posted by News under Epigenetics, Intelligent Design, News|
From Jewish World Review: Jewish guilt’ may be inherited … “We certainly know that human experiences affect how our genes are expressed,” says Rachel Yehuda, a professor of psychiatry and neuroscience at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, who has performed epigenetic studies on Holocaust survivors. “But we don’t […]
|June 17, 2015||Posted by News under Epigenetics, News|
From Phys.org: Scientists from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have developed a new technique to more precisely analyze bacterial populations, to reveal epigenetic mechanisms that can drive virulence. The new methods hold the promise of a potent new tool to offset the growing challenge of antibiotic resistance by bacterial pathogens. The research […]
|June 9, 2015||Posted by News under Epigenetics|
David Penny of Massey University, New Zealand, says while discussing a paper, no. Abstract: It is not really helpful to consider modern environmental epigenetics as neo-Lamarckian; and there is no evidence that Lamarck considered the idea original to himself. We must all keep learning about inheritance, but attributing modern ideas to early researchers is not […]
|March 28, 2015||Posted by News under Culture, Darwinism, Epigenetics, Evolution, Intelligent Design|
Says there is no boundary between genetics and epigenetics Interviewed by Suzan Mazur: Suzan Mazur: Over the last few decades there have been several movements regarding deficiencies of the Modern Synthesis. “The Osaka Group” was one of them, “theThe Altenberg 16” another, and now “The Third Way of Evolution” — otherwise known as “the Oxford […]
|February 19, 2015||Posted by News under Epigenetics, Genetics, Intelligent Design, News|
They say, when we study mice, we must account for the possibility that inherited bax and their genes could influence the trait under study.
|January 7, 2015||Posted by News under Epigenetics, News|
Researchers: The discovery of SDHC epimutation provides a unifying explanation for the pathogenesis of dSDH GIST,
|November 14, 2014||Posted by News under Epigenetics, News|
Darwin’s Doubt: Genetic mutations are simply the wrong tool for the job at hand.
|November 13, 2014||Posted by News under Epigenetics, News|
But what will all those textbook companies relying on court orders do? Adapt? Sue? Die?
|November 1, 2014||Posted by News under Epigenetics, Intelligent Design, News, Society|
Considering that the study authors apparently want to talk about something like epigenetics, not industrial strength fascism.
|October 17, 2014||Posted by News under Epigenetics, News|
If The Scientist isn’t hanging the epigenetics people out to dry (wouldn’t they just love to?), they suspect their research is valid.
|October 15, 2014||Posted by News under Epigenetics, Intelligent Design, News|
Let’s pause a moment to remember all the people who were ridiculed by Darwin’s “aren’t I good?” girls for thinking that something like this might be true.
|October 1, 2014||Posted by News under Epigenetics, News|
Studies like this—where we have extensive information about the actual conditions— may be helpful in shedding light on statistical averages.
|September 27, 2014||Posted by News under Epigenetics, News|
It’s not Darwin’s world any more, but don’t expect tenured profs to admit that.
|September 19, 2014||Posted by News under Epigenetics, Intelligent Design, News|
Study shows how epigenetic memory can be passed across generations and from cell to cell during development.
|September 18, 2014||Posted by PaV under Epigenetics, Evolution, Genomics|
Here’s a link to a Science Daily article on epigenetics. The authors report that the known and studied method of epigenetic marking, methylation of Histone3=H3, is not only passed down from one cell generation to another during development, but that these epigenetic markings are passed on from one generation of organisms to the next. These […]
|August 18, 2014||Posted by News under Epigenetics, News|
Most genes, it turns out, are not so much selfish as too willing to hang out with the wrong crowd and learn bad habits.
|August 14, 2014||Posted by News under Epigenetics, Intelligent Design, News|
Epigenetics sees genes as more like cells than marbles. They are alive. The resulting information may or may not get passed on.
|August 10, 2014||Posted by News under Epigenetics, News|
What if “just neurotic” includes an archive of experiences that helps shape outcomes? Just wondering.
|August 1, 2014||Posted by News under Epigenetics, News|
A simple way of understanding epigenetics: The useless conflict between “environment” and “genes” is based on a simple assumption: Genes = you got or not. No.