Relationship between genome and epigenome - challenges and requirements for future research

Geneviève Almouzni, Lucia Altucci, Bruno Amati, Neil Ashley, David Baulcombe, Nathalie Beaujean, Christoph Bock, Erik Bongcam-Rudloff, Jean Bousquet, Sigurd Braun, Brigitte Bressac de Paillerets, Marion Bussemakers, Laura Clarke, Ana Conesa, Xavier Estivill, Alireza Fazeli, Ne A Grgurevi, Ivo Gut, Bastiaan T Heijmans, Sylvie HermouetJeanine Houwing Duistermaat, Ilaria Iacobucci, Janez Ila, Raju Kandimalla, Susanne Krauss-Etschmann, Paul Lasko, Sören Lehmann, Anders Lindroth, Gregor Majdi, Eric Marcotte, Giovanni Martinelli, Nadine Martinet, Eric Meyer, Cristina Miceli, Ken Mills, Maria Moreno-Villanueva, Ghislaine Morvan, Dorthe Nickel, Beate Niesler, Mariusz Nowacki, Jacek Nowak, Stephan Ossowski, Mattia Pelizzola, Roland Pochet, Uro Poto Nik, Magdalena Radwanska, Jeroen Raes, Magnus Rattray, Mark D Robinson, Bernard Roelen, Sascha Sauer, Dieter Schinzer, Eline Slagboom, Tim Spector, Hendrik G Stunnenberg, Ekaterini Tiligada, Maria-Elena Torres-Padilla, Roula Tsonaka, Ann Van Soom, Melita Vidakovi, Martin Widschwendter

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Abstract

Understanding the links between genetic, epigenetic and non-genetic factors throughout the lifespan and across generations and their role in disease susceptibility and disease progression offer entirely new avenues and solutions to major problems in our society. To overcome the numerous challenges, we have come up with nine major conclusions to set the vision for future policies and research agendas at the European level.
Original languageEnglish
Article number487
Number of pages7
JournalBMC Genomics
Volume15
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 18 Jun 2014

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