MD Anderson Cancer Center
Folate levels linked to off switch for genes – CNL
Study shows high levels of folate in red blood cells leads to greater silencing of genes by methylation, which in turn can lead to cancer and diseases of aging. Researcher Jean-Pierre Issa suggests it might be time to rethink dietary folate supplementation.
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Title: Folate levels linked to off switch for genes – CNL
Summary: Study shows high levels of folate in red blood cells leads to greater silencing of genes by methylation, which in turn can lead to cancer and diseases of aging. Researcher Jean-Pierre Issa suggests it might be time to rethink dietary folate supplementation.
Keywords: Cancer Newsline, CNL, M. D. Anderson, MD Anderson, Cancer, Cancer Newsline, folate, issa, aging, cancer, disease
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