Small-magnitude effect sizes in epigenetic end points are important in children’s environmental health studies: The children’s environmental health and disease prevention research center’s epigenetics working group

Carrie V. Breton, Carmen J. Marsit, Elaine Faustman, Kari Nadeau, Jaclyn M. Goodrich, Dana C. Dolinoy, Julie Herbstman, Nina Holland, Janine M LaSalle, Rebecca Jean Schmidt, Paul Yousefi, Frederica Perera, Bonnie R. Joubert, Joseph Wiemels, Michele Taylor, Ivana V. Yang, Rui Chen, Kinjal M. Hew, Deborah M. Hussey Freeland, Rachel MillerSusan K. Murphy

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