Ana María Jiménez García's research while affiliated with University of Granada and other places

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Prenatal ethanol exposure (PEE) promotes ethanol consumption in the adolescent offspring accompanied by the transcriptional regulation of kappa opioid receptor (KOR) system genes. This study analysed if environmental enrichment (EE, from gestational day 20 to postnatal day 26) exerts protective effects upon PEE-modulation of gene expression, ethano...

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... Candidate gene studies assessed DNA methylation at imprinted genes (IGF2/H19 [13,[32][33][34][35][36][37][38], Snrpn [37], PEG3 [35,37], KvDMR1 [13], ZAC1 [39], IG-DMR [13]), genes sensitive to nutritional programming (A vy allele [30], Pomc [29,40,41]), neurological function (SLC17A6 [42], OLFR110 [43], OLFR601 [43], VMN2R64-ps158 [43], D2r [44], Bdnf [45], Pdyn [46,47], Kor [46,47], SLC6A4 [48], Nr3c1 [48], Gfap [49], Gad67 [14], DRD4 [12], PER2 [50], SLC6A4 [48], SERT [51], MECP2 [51]), transcriptional regulation (Hist1h2ai [43]), and immune function (Vpreb2 [43]). Among the imprinted genes, the IGF2/H19 locus was the most consistently studied candidate region in eight different articles (3 human studies [13,32,38], 5 mouse models [33][34][35][36][37]). ...