Francis’s primer introduces a new field. It’s a thorough guide to the many ways in which personality and health can play out through our genes but not be coded for in DNA. — Christine Kenneally (Slate)
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Our budding 16 year old genius grand daughter found this book perfect for her studies.Published 11 days ago by Nancy Merk
Sale went well. Item represented as stated. Would buy again.Published 12 days ago by Edward J. Hopkins
A good overall view of the current state of epigeneticsPublished 3 months ago by Donna M Scattergood
This book provided a nice introduction to the field of epigenetics. Not too advanced for a non-expert, but also not too basic. The real life examples were especially helpful.Published 19 months ago by G. Greene
Epigenetics seems like a plausible way for a species to incrementally adapt to a changing life situation. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Bo Maximova
Nice read. Chissles down some of the complexity of the gene-epigenetic world that we are just now learning. Read morePublished 21 months ago by chris moreno