Jeannie Lee shared her groundbreaking research into X-chromosome inactivation, a key process in female embryonic development.
NIEHS and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases seek to understand why some people are more vulnerable to the disease.
NIEHS scientists discussed mitochondrial mutations, RNA modifications, and more at Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society meeting.
Reviews of progestogens, paraquat, and neonicotinoid pesticides are among the first of a new type of National Toxicology Program report.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency seeks to better understand how harmful agents may affect the human epigenome.
Scientists discussed potential effects on development and reproduction, and ways to improve hazard assessment.
The 2020 meeting of the North Carolina Society of Toxicology included a career panel and presentations by NIEHS early-career scientists.