Jordana T. Bell spends much of her time researching Genetics, DNA methylation, Regulation of gene expression, Gene and Quantitative trait locus. Her study in Genome-wide association study, Phenotype, Microbiome, Single-nucleotide polymorphism and Genome falls within the category of Genetics. Her DNA methylation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Endocrinology, Obesity, Methylation and Epigenetics.
Her Epigenetics research includes themes of Meta-analysis and Survival analysis. Her Regulation of gene expression study incorporates themes from Expression quantitative trait loci and Gene expression. Her study in Quantitative trait locus is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Evolutionary biology and Twin study.
Jordana T. Bell mainly investigates Genetics, DNA methylation, Epigenetics, Genome-wide association study and Methylation. Her study in Gene, Heritability, Microbiome, Genetic variation and Quantitative trait locus is done as part of Genetics. Jordana T. Bell studied DNA methylation and Internal medicine that intersect with Oncology and Type 2 diabetes.
While the research belongs to areas of Epigenetics, she spends her time largely on the problem of Disease, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Genetic association. Within one scientific family, Jordana T. Bell focuses on topics pertaining to Endocrinology under Genome-wide association study, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Ageing. Her study on Methylation also encompasses disciplines like
Her scientific interests lie mostly in DNA methylation, Genetics, Epigenetics, Methylation and Microbiome. Her work carried out in the field of DNA methylation brings together such families of science as Adipose tissue, Internal medicine and Diabetes mellitus. Her research in Genetics focuses on subjects like Metabolome, which are connected to Metabolic pathway.
Her Epigenetics study also includes fields such as
Her primary areas of investigation include Genetics, Microbiome, Epigenetics, DNA methylation and Methylation. Her Genetics study focuses mostly on Phenotype and Genome-wide association study. Her studies in Microbiome integrate themes in fields like Evolutionary biology, Metabolome, Gut flora and Metagenomics.
Her research integrates issues of DNA binding site, Epigenomics, Telomere, CpG site and Epigenome in her study of Epigenetics. Her Methylation research is included under the broader classification of Gene. Specifically, her work in Gene is concerned with the study of Gene expression.
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Human Genetics Shape the Gut Microbiome
Julia K. Goodrich;Jillian L. Waters;Angela C. Poole;Jessica L. Sutter.
DNA methylation patterns associate with genetic and gene expression variation in HapMap cell lines.
Jordana T Bell;Jordana T Bell;Athma A Pai;Joseph K Pickrell;Daniel J Gaffney;Daniel J Gaffney.
Genome Biology (2011)
Mapping cis - and trans -regulatory effects across multiple tissues in twins
E Grundberg;K S Small;K S Small;Å K Hedman;A C Nica.
Nature Genetics (2012)
Epigenome-Wide Scans Identify Differentially Methylated Regions for Age and Age-Related Phenotypes in a Healthy Ageing Population
Jordana T. Bell;Pei-Chien Tsai;Tsun-Po Yang;Ruth Pidsley.
PLOS Genetics (2012)
Genetic Determinants of the Gut Microbiome in UK Twins
Julia K. Goodrich;Emily R. Davenport;Michelle Beaumont;Matthew A. Jackson.
Cell Host & Microbe (2016)
DNA methylation-based measures of biological age: meta-analysis predicting time to death
Brian H. Chen;Riccardo E. Marioni;Riccardo E. Marioni;Elena Colicino;Marjolein J. Peters.
Aging (Albany NY) , 8 (9) pp. 1844-1865. (2016) (2016)
The architecture of gene regulatory variation across multiple human tissues: the MuTHER study
Alexandra C. Nica;Alexandra C. Nica;Leopold Parts;Daniel Glass;James Nisbet.
PLOS Genetics (2011)
Obesity accelerates epigenetic aging of human liver
Steve Horvath;Wiebke Erhart;Mario Brosch;Ole Ammerpohl.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2014)
Host genetic variation impacts microbiome composition across human body sites
Ran Blekhman;Julia K. Goodrich;Katherine Huang;Qi Sun.
Genome Biology (2015)
Proton pump inhibitors alter the composition of the gut microbiota
Matthew A. Jackson;Julia K. Goodrich;Maria Emanuela Maxan;Daniel E. Freedberg.
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