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2015 | Vol. 123 | Issue 1 | January
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.123-A21

Inner Workings of Arsenic: DNA Methylation Targets Offer Clues to Mechanisms of Toxicity

Lindsey Konkel

Issue 9 | September | 2014 | Vol. 122
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.122-A251

Hydroxymethylation and Metals: A Potential Epigenetic Marker for Effects of Toxic Exposures

Lindsey Konkel

Issue 7 | July | 2014 | Vol. 122
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.122-A194

Building a Solid Case: Cigarette Smoking and Epigenomic Alterations

Wendee Nicole

2014 | Vol. 122 | Issue 2 | February
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.122-A56

A Smoking Gun? Epigenetic Markers of Tobacco Use History

Julia R. Barrett

Issue 10 | October | 2013 | Vol. 121
Focus
10.1289/ehp.121-A298

Uncertain Inheritance: Transgenerational Effects of Environmental Exposures

Charles W. Schmidt

Issue 10 | October | 2012 | Vol. 120
Focus
10.1289/ehp.120-a390

Altering the Primal Environment: Health Effects Associated with Assisted Reproductive Technologies

Julie Halpert

Issue 10 | October | 2012 | Vol. 120
Focus
10.1289/ehp.120-a396

A Steep Learning Curve: Decoding Epigenetic Influence on Behavior and Mental Health

Bob Weinhold

Issue 10 | October | 2012 | Vol. 120
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.120-a402a

Pattern of Clues: Evidence of Distinct DNA Methylation in Newborns of Smoking Women

Wendee Nicole

Issue 10 | October | 2012 | Vol. 120
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.120-a403a

Asking the Right Questions: How Early-Life Exposures Influence Later Development of Disease

Julia R. Barrett

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