Editor’s Comment – Volume 16 N° 3

Epigenetics, the post-transcriptional modification of gene expression, is the link between the environment and the genome, between nurture and nature. Consequently, familiarity with the basics of epigenetics is an intellectual requirement for any student of behavior. This issue of Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience provides those basics, albeit in a context that convincingly conveys the impressive explanatory power of this new field for the etiopathogenesis and treatment of behavioral disorders.

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September 2014 - Vol 16 - No. 3


In This issue

David R. Rubinow, Deborah Morris-Rosendahl

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Epigenetic advances in clinical neuroscience

Ted Abel; Shane Poplawski (USA)

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Epigenetic signaling in psychiatric disorders: stress and depression

Rosemary C. Bagot; Benoit Labonté; Catherine J. Peña; Eric J. Nestler (USA)

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Lifetime stress experience: transgenerational epigenetics and germ cell programming

Tracy L. Bale (USA)

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Developmental programming of brain and behavior by perinatal diet: focus on inflammatory mechanisms

Jessica L. Bolton; Staci D. Bilbo (USA)

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Early life adversity and the epigenetic programming of hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal function

Christoph Anacker; Kieran J. O'Donnell; Michael J. Meaney (Canada)

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Epigenetics, microRNA, and addiction

Paul J. Kenny (USA)

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New approaches to manipulating the epigenome

Jeremy J. Day (USA)

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Role of DNA methylation and the DNA methyltransferases in learning and memory

Michael J. Morris; Lisa M. Monteggia (USA)

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The epigenetic dimension of Alzheimer's disease: causal, consequence, or curiosity?

Mark J. Millan (France)

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Epigenetic alterations in depression and antidepressant treatment

Andreas Menke; Elisabeth B. Binder (Germany,USA)

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Epigenetic mechanisms in schizophrenia

Schahram Akbarian (USA)

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DNA methylation and demethylation as targets for antipsychotic therapy

Alessandro Guidotti; Dennis R. Grayson (USA)

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Increased DNA methylation in the suicide brain

Fatemeh Haghighi; Yurong Xin; Benjamin Chanrion; Anne H. O'Donnell; Yongchao Ge; Andrew J. Dwork; Victoria Arango; J. John Mann (USA)

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