QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute
Emma Whitelaw focuses on Genetics, Epigenetics, DNA methylation, Gene and Reprogramming. All of her Genetics and Genome, Offspring, Gene silencing, Chromatin and Transgene investigations are sub-components of the entire Genetics study. Her study in Chromatin is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Genetically modified mouse and Gene expression.
Her research in Transgene intersects with topics in Genetic heterogeneity, Dominance and Genomic imprinting. Her studies in Epigenetics integrate themes in fields like Phenotype, Allele, Genotype, Locus and Inheritance. Her Inheritance research focuses on subjects like Evolutionary biology, which are linked to Germline, Epigenesis and Adaptation.
Her primary areas of investigation include Genetics, Epigenetics, Gene, DNA methylation and Phenotype. Her study in Allele, Gene silencing, Transgene, Epigenesis and Locus is carried out as part of her Genetics studies. Her studies deal with areas such as Mutation, Gene expression and Variegation as well as Transgene.
Her Epigenetics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Reprogramming, Genome, Chromatin, Inheritance and Genotype. Emma Whitelaw usually deals with Gene and limits it to topics linked to Offspring and Endocrinology. Her DNA methylation research includes themes of Molecular biology, Histone and X chromosome.
Genetics, Epigenetics, DNA methylation, Gene and Phenotype are her primary areas of study. Her study looks at the relationship between Epigenetics and topics such as Enhancer, which overlap with Deep sequencing. DNA methylation is often connected to Chromatin in her work.
Her study in the fields of Microarray, Germline and Copy-number variation under the domain of Gene overlaps with other disciplines such as Behavioral medicine. Her work deals with themes such as Endocrinology, Retrotransposon and Genotype, which intersect with Phenotype. Her research investigates the connection between Genomic imprinting and topics such as X chromosome that intersect with issues in Allele.
Emma Whitelaw mainly investigates Genetics, Epigenetics, DNA methylation, Allele and Chromatin. Her study deals with a combination of Genetics and Schizophrenia. The concepts of her Epigenetics study are interwoven with issues in Regulation of gene expression, Psychological repression, Transcriptional regulation and Histone.
The various areas that she examines in her Chromatin study include DNA hypomethylation, Inheritance, Structural inheritance, DNA sequencing and Epigenome. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Meiosis, Wild type, Chromosome, Y chromosome and X chromosome. Her Transgene study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Phenotype, Variegation, Genotype, Mutagenesis and Gene silencing.
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Repeat-induced gene silencing in mammals.
David Garrick;Steven Fiering;David I.K. Martin;Emma Whitelaw.
Nature Genetics (1998)
Transgenerational inheritance of epigenetic states at the murine AxinFu allele occurs after maternal and paternal transmission
Vardhman K. Rakyan;Suyinn Chong;Marnie E. Champ;Peter C. Cuthbert.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2003)
Understanding transgenerational epigenetic inheritance via the gametes in mammals
Lucia Daxinger;Emma Whitelaw.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2012)
Transgenerational Epigenetic Effects
Neil A Youngson;Emma Whitelaw.
Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics (2008)
Metastable epialleles in mammals
Vardhman K Rakyan;Marnie E Blewitt;Riki Druker;Jost I Preis.
Trends in Genetics (2002)
Retrotransposons as epigenetic mediators of phenotypic variation in mammals.
Emma Whitelaw;David I.K. Martin.
Nature Genetics (2001)
SmcHD1, containing a structural-maintenance-of-chromosomes hinge domain, has a critical role in X inactivation.
Marnie E Blewitt;Anne-Valerie Gendrel;Zhenyi Pang;Duncan B Sparrow.
Nature Genetics (2008)
Maternal ethanol consumption alters the epigenotype and the phenotype of offspring in a mouse model.
Nina Kaminen-Ahola;Arttu Ahola;Arttu Ahola;Murat Maga;Kylie-Ann Mallitt.
PLOS Genetics (2010)
Transgenerational epigenetic inheritance: More questions than answers
Lucia Daxinger;Emma Whitelaw.
Genome Research (2010)
Epigenetic germline inheritance.
Suyinn Chong;Emma Whitelaw.
Current Opinion in Genetics & Development (2004)
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