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Associations between prenatal physical activity, birth weight, and DNA methylation at genomically imprinted domains in a multiethnic newborn cohort

Birth weight is a commonly used indicator of the fetal environment and a predictor of future health outcomes. While the etiology of birth weight extremes is likely multifactorial, epidemiologic data suggest that prenatal physical activity (PA) may play an important role. The mechanisms underlying...

Journal Title: Epigenetics 03 July 2015, Vol.10(7), pp.597-606
Main Author: Mccullough, Lauren E
Other Authors: Mendez, Michelle A , Miller, Erline E , Murtha, Amy P , Murphy, Susan K , Hoyo, Cathrine
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title: Associations between prenatal physical activity, birth weight, and DNA methylation at genomically imprinted domains in a multiethnic newborn cohort
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  • Mendez, Michelle A
  • Miller, Erline E
  • Murtha, Amy P
  • Murphy, Susan K
  • Hoyo, Cathrine
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  • Birth Weight
  • Epidemiology
  • Epigenetics
  • Imprinted Genes
  • Methylation
  • Physical Activity
  • Zoology
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