Even people with relevant expertise can have difficulty interpreting a study, especially when the methods aren’t clearly stated in the article.
If transgenerational epigenetic inheritance is occurring, we’d expect similarities in epigenetic regulation between grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
This post describes the importance of selecting the most appropriate method of statistical analysis, especially for complex studies.
Breeding experiments that use an outbred strain are more likely to suffer from founder effects.
In any study on glyphosate, the dose must be comparable to actual exposure in order to provide useful results.
Can exposure to chemicals like glyphosate cause changes in your grandchildren through transgenerational epigenetic inheritance? This series explains.