Thousands of DNA modifications seen in infants of smoking mothers

April 28, 2016

The findings of a new, international study of 6,685 mothers and their newborns may explain why certain infant and child health problems frequently have been seen in the offspring of mothers who smoked during pregnancy, Kendall Morgan, Ph.D., wrote in the National Institutes of Health Director's Blog.

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