Early Maternal Alcohol Consumption Alters Hippocampal DNA Methylation, Gene Expression and Volume in a Mouse Model
Quantitative PCR studies showed increased expression of Olfr601 in main olfactory epithelium (MOE) and Vpreb2 in bone marrow (*p<0.05 and ***p<0.001, respectively, one-tailed Student’s t-test) of ethanol-exposed (EtOH) offspring relative to reference gene Rps16. Expression of H2-M10.3 was not significantly changed in MOE (p = 0.35, one-tailed Student’s t-test). Each dot represents an individual four-week-old (P28) male mouse. Bars are averaged values ± SD.