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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A good overall view of the current state of epigeneticsPublished 1 month 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 16 months ago by G. Greene
Epigenetics seems like a plausible way for a species to incrementally adapt to a changing life situation. Read morePublished 17 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 18 months ago by chris moreno
When I was but a young man, so many moons ago, I used to delight in annoying my oh-so enlightened scientistic brethren by doubting that the current Darwinist... Read more
I appreciated Francis’ treatment of the medical implications of epigenetics. Since reading it, I have looked at a few online medically-oriented articles on epigenetics to learn... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Daniel N. Lionsden