Jeffrey M. Craig mainly focuses on DNA methylation, Epigenetics, Genetics, Methylation and Histone. His research in DNA methylation intersects with topics in Pregnancy, Gestational age, Disease and Neuroscience. Jeffrey M. Craig has included themes like Bioinformatics, Epigenomics, Environmental exposure, Fetus and Regulation of gene expression in his Epigenetics study.
His Methylation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Internal medicine, Cohort study, Promoter, Genetic determinism and Placenta. His Histone research focuses on Chromatin immunoprecipitation and how it connects with Chromatin remodeling, SWI/SNF, SMARCB1 and Psychological repression. His work investigates the relationship between CpG site and topics such as Twin study that intersect with problems in Epigenome.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Epigenetics, DNA methylation, Genetics, Methylation and Twin study. His Epigenetics study combines topics in areas such as Cancer research, Bioinformatics, Trophoblast, Epigenomics and Epigenome. The DNA methylation study combines topics in areas such as Placenta, Regulation of gene expression and Pregnancy.
His research in the fields of Genomic imprinting, Chromatin, Genome and Neocentromere overlaps with other disciplines such as Monozygotic twin. His Methylation study incorporates themes from Promoter, Internal medicine, Endocrinology and CpG site. His work in the fields of Twin study, such as Twin Studies as Topic, intersects with other areas such as Demography.
His primary areas of study are Epigenetics, DNA methylation, Twin study, Differentially methylated regions and Pregnancy. His study in Epigenetics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Gerontology, Bioinformatics, Cognitive test, Peri and Epigenesis. His DNA methylation study contributes to a more complete understanding of Genetics.
In his research, Epigenomics and Discordant Twin is intimately related to Epilepsy, which falls under the overarching field of Genetics. In the subject of general Twin study, his work in Twin Studies as Topic is often linked to Demography and Numeracy, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His research integrates issues of Gut flora, Obesity, Randomized controlled trial and Prebiotic in his study of Pregnancy.
His primary scientific interests are in Epigenetics, DNA methylation, Physiology, Pregnancy and Offspring. His Epigenetics research integrates issues from Physiological Adaptations, Gerontology, Exercise physiology, Bioinformatics and Sex specific. His DNA methylation study improves the overall literature in Gene.
His Physiology research includes elements of Context, Internal medicine, Anthropometry, Disease and Insulin resistance. While the research belongs to areas of Pregnancy, Jeffrey M. Craig spends his time largely on the problem of Obstetrics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Reproductive medicine, Fetal exposure, MEDLINE, Maternal smoking and Gestational age. The study incorporates disciplines such as Body mass index, Obesity, Methylation and Passive smoking in addition to Offspring.
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The distribution of CpG islands in mammalian chromosomes
Jeffrey M. Craig;Wendy A. Bickmore.
Nature Genetics (1994)
Brahma links the SWI/SNF chromatin-remodeling complex with MeCP2-dependent transcriptional silencing.
KN Harikrishnan;Maggie Z Chow;Emma K Baker;Sharmistha Pal.
Nature Genetics (2005)
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)
Meiotic and epigenetic defects in Dnmt3L-knockout mouse spermatogenesis
Kylie E Webster;Moira Kathleen O'Bryan;Stephen Fletcher;Pauline E Crewther.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2005)
DNA methylation analysis of multiple tissues from newborn twins reveals both genetic and intrauterine components to variation in the human neonatal epigenome
Miina Ollikainen;Katherine R Smith;Eric Ji-Hoon Joo;Hong Kiat Ng.
Human Molecular Genetics (2010)
Philadelphia positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia in adults: age distribution, BCR breakpoint and prognostic significance.
LM Secker-Walker;Jeffrey M Craig;JM Hawkins;AV Hoffbrand.
Prospects for Epigenetic Epidemiology
Debra L. Foley;Jeffrey M. Craig;Ruth Morley;Craig J. Olsson.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2008)
Placenta-specific Methylation of the Vitamin D 24-Hydroxylase Gene IMPLICATIONS FOR FEEDBACK AUTOREGULATION OF ACTIVE VITAMIN D LEVELS AT THE FETOMATERNAL INTERFACE
Boris Novakovic;Mandy Sibson;Hong Kiat Ng;Hong Kiat Ng;Ursula Chandini Manuelpillai.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2009)
Neonatal DNA methylation profile in human twins is specified by a complex interplay between intrauterine environmental and genetic factors, subject to tissue-specific influence
Lavinia Gordon;Jihoon E. Joo;Joseph E. Powell;Joseph E. Powell;Miina Ollikainen.
Genome Research (2012)
DNA Methylation Biomarkers: Cancer and Beyond
Thomas Mikeska;Jeffrey M. Craig.
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