” When a pregnant woman takes a drug, three generations are exposed simultaneously: the mother, the fetus, and, due to the fetal germline exposure, the future grandchildren. Far from being inert marbles of imperturbable DNA, fetal egg and sperm are sensitive and responsive to the uterine environment. This is largely due to a molecular phenomenon called “epigenetics,” which refers to the complex landscape of countless millions of tiny chemical switches that control gene expression. ”
- Continue reading The vulnerable fetal Sperm and Egg
by Jill Escher from Autism Exposed.
- DES studies on epigenetics and transgenerational effects.
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