It does not seem possible that these two processes can coexist: 1) Genetic imprinting is the phenomenon where genes are expressed differently depending on the parent of origin: 1a. Methylated ...
Does the Jungian notion of collective unconsciousness have any legitimacy in the light of modern neurobiology and epigenetics?
Carl Jung has long ago proposed a rather controversial notion of collective unconsciousness [1, 2, 3], a form of the unconscious (that part of the mind containing memories and impulses of which ...
If a receptor is inhibited throughout embryogenesis, could there be observable phenotypic differences in the adult?
So I read a journal article entitled "Maternal hypoxia and caffeine exposure depress fetal CV function during primary organogenesis" (Momoi, et al., 2012) and in essence the article speaks of the ...
What is the gene regulation behind human adaptation to higher altitudes and therefore higher hemoglobin levels?
Some people in the Amazonian forest and in Himalayan mountains have reported living perfectly with extremely high levels of hemoglobin. I was wondering what type of gene regulation goes on in order ...