Learn about epigenetics

     Epigenetics explains how experiences can alter gene activity without interfering with the DNA sequence. It is also responsible for the inheritance of various traits and the ability to pass these traits down through multiple generations. Many people call this cellular memory.
     Previously, it was believed that epigenetic transformations took only one place at the initial stage of the formation of an organism and are not observed in adulthood … But everything changed at the end of the 20th century, when a revolution in vision occurred genetics… It became very clear that these changes are constantly happening and affecting our lives.

What do we do?

We are dedicated to identifying sequences within the genome that have some type of biochemical activity and identifying nutritional needs or environmental factors that influence the expression of your genes. 


Our researchers carried out various techniques on multiple cell types to account for natural variability. We have tested how different nutritional conditions or needs affect gene expression and are constantly making new investments to find more correlations between environmental, emotional, nutritional factors and the human genome.