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Epigenetic and inflammatory marker profiles associated with depression in a community-based epidemiologic sample.
How does the social environment 'get into the mind'? Epigenetics at the intersection of social and psychiatric epidemiology.
The urban environment and mental disorders: Epigenetic links.
Epigenetic and immune function profiles associated with posttraumatic stress disorder.
Epigenetic signatures may explain the relationship between socioeconomic position and risk of mental illness: preliminary findings from an urban community-based sample.
Epigenetic modifications associated with suicide and common mood and anxiety disorders: a systematic review of the literature.
Putting the 'epi' into epigenetics research in psychiatry.
Ancient evolutionary origins of epigenetic regulation associated with posttraumatic stress disorder.
Beyond genotype: serotonin transporter epigenetic modification predicts human brain function.
Longitudinal epigenetic variation of DNA methyltransferase genes is associated with vulnerability to post-traumatic stress disorder.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Accelerated Aging in Women
Epigenetic Links Between the Social Environment and Emotional Brain Function
Maternal Traumatic Stress and Child Development: Epigenetic Links
An epigenome-wide DNA methylation study of PTSD and depression in World Trade Center responders.
Epigenome-wide association of PTSD from heterogeneous cohorts with a common multi-site analysis pipeline.
Maternal blood contamination of collected cord blood can be identified using DNA methylation at three CpGs.
Epigenetic meta-analysis across three civilian cohorts identifies NRG1 and HGS as blood-based biomarkers for post-traumatic stress disorder.
Epigenetic predictors of all-cause mortality are associated with objective measures of neighborhood disadvantage in an urban population.
Evaluating the impact of trauma and PTSD on epigenetic prediction of lifespan and neural integrity.