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NDSU Animal Sciences Faculty Presents Research

Fargo, N.D. –– Chung Park, professor of animal sciences at NDSU, gave an invited lecture at the 2014 Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Science research conference Aug. 7 in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

The title of his talk was “The role of maternal lipotropic (methyl) diet in fetal imprinting of mammary development and carcinogenesis.”

Centering on one-carbon metabolism, the conference promotes dialogue among investigators in biological and biomedical sciences from the United States and a dozen other countries.

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