KEY-WORDS : EPIGENESIS, GENETIC. METABOLISM, INBORN ERRORS. COBAMIDES. Jean-Louis GUÉANT(1), Céline CHÉRY(1), Abderrahim ... A group of rare diseases is produced by a genetic defect of vitamin B12 cellular metabolism. The most common of these diseases ...
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The paper suggests a cognitive approach to genetic translation studies, to examine the role of hesitations and cancellations in ... and epigenesis of Becketts bilingual works, paying special attention to moments of doubt and decision making in the ... A particularly interesting facet of genetic translation studies is the process of linguistic decision-making. The special case ... Dirk Van Hulle : Genesis, Translation and Cognition: Becketts Indecision-Making and Digital Genetic Editing ...
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From Central Dogma to Probalistic Epigenesis ». Psychological Review, vol. 105, no. 4, p ... The genetic restriction of possible phenotypes is a result of co-adapted gene complexes … that buffer the developmental pattern ... Normally Occurring Environmental and Behavioral Influences on Gene Activity: From Central Dogma to Probalistic Epigenesis ». ... 7 Exemple « Canalization is the genetic limitation of phenotype development to a few possible phenotypes rather than an ...
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Le mot "épigénétique" provient du nom "épigenèse" (du grec epi, au-dessus de, à côté, et genesis, genèse; epi-genesis ... Eva Jablonka et Marion Lamb, Evolution in Four Dimensions: Genetic, Epigenetic, Behavioral, and Symbolic Variation in the ...
Tradition opposes the genetic and epigenetic visions, the latter being often adequated to the DNA methylation phenomenon. ... Guespin-Michel J, Bernot G, Comet JP, et al. Epigenesis and dynamic similarity in two regulatory networks in Pseudomonas ... This reference system allows the integration of purely genetic mutations at one of its ends, thus paving the way to a new, ... which is heritable and does not entail any concomitant genetic alteration. An epimutation can have important phenotypic ...
The epigenesis of the psyche : what impact on the nature/nurture debate ? », Conférence (évaluation en double aveugle) donnée ... 12/06/2014) « Genetic identity and Subjectivity », panel « Science in a common language/Science en langue commune » du Colloque ... 12/06/2014) « Genetic identity and Subjectivity », panel « Science in a common language/Science en langue commune » du Colloque ... 17/12/2014) « Effects of genetic information on personal and social identity », Colloque Annuel Interdisciplinaire ...
Genetic Variation in HTLV-III/LAV Over Time in Patients with AIDS or at Risk for AIDS. Science 232: 1548-1553.. Alizon M. et al ... Epigenesis: The Missing Beat in Biotechnology? Bio/Technology 12: 156-164.. Le grand public est maintenu dans lignorance dun ... Genetic Variability of the AIDS Virus: Nucleotide Sequence Analysis of Two Isolates from African Patients. Cell 46: 63-74.. ... Exploding the Gene Myth: How Genetic Information is Produced and Manipulated by Scientists, Physicians, Employers, Insurance ...