DOI: 10.1096/fasebj.2021.35.s1.03739
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Role of the Paternal Microbiome‐Metabolome Axis in the Epigenetic Programming of Sperm

Abstract: There is growing evidence that a range of toxicants adversely affects developmental programming in sperm, which negatively influences the next generation's health and development. Alcohol consumption is socially accepted across a large percentage of the globe and will continue to be a part of society for the foreseeable future. Using a mouse model, our laboratory has identified fetal growth restriction and long‐term alterations in the metabolic health of offspring sired by alcohol‐exposed males. However, the m… Show more

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