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Originally posted by Indianapolis
....I take valproate for my epilepsy (1000 mg daily)
should I be worried ???
Forget the Neanderthal theory….Humans and Neander are not related. - Ohzone.
VPA treatment did not influence volume or cell number of the BNSTp in control females but significantly reduced both parameters in males and testosterone-treated females. As a result, the sex differences were eliminated. [...] These findings suggest that a disruption in histone deacetylation may lead to long-term alterations in gene expression that block the masculinizing actions of testosterone in the BNSTp.
Originally posted by elusive1
For you stargate fans...I show you the truth in your own flavor.
If you like stargate, you'll like reading into this topic more. Reason. Remember
the Asgard were having trouble reproducing themselves because they had altered their genetics so much? Well if the writers of the show had some general idea of what was going on I think perhaps they may have had this in mind...because epigenetics are showing us the solutions to cancers extending life at the expense of patient fertility...
How epigenetics can explain human metastasis: a new role for microRNAs.
Cell Cycle. 2009 Feb 1;8(3):377-82. Epub 2009 Feb 1.
A future version of Janet insisted on examining Sam herself when Sam had been unable to get pregnant. Janet discovered that Sam was physically unable to conceive and thereby uncovered the Aschen plot to depopulate Earth and take it for themselves (4.16 "2010").
This is a great thread I'd love to know how you stumbled upon the study of this field.
"One frequently cited study is from a small Texas consulting firm called The Perryman Group (lolsaurus rex!). It may be a perfectly valid study, but I was unable to find it on the Web or learn how to obtain a copy. Even so, Newt Gingrich cited the Perryman study in his above-linked op ed, where he implied the study showed Texas enjoying a half million new jobs as a result of the tort reform act of 2003. However, the same study is cited on the website of Texans for Lawsuit Reform, which says the study tracks results from a 1995 tort reform law, not the 2003 law. "
When the water starts boiling it is foolish to turn off the heat.