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Epigenetic Psychiatry: Potential of the Pre-Emptive Adaptation

Robert Skopec

These proteins sense the stress in the environment and connect them to the molecular mechanism promoting the mutations. New data are confirming the regulation of mutagenesis not by stress, but by the given stress responses, when cells are maladapted to their environment and try this way to benefit from mutations. The mutations can allow the cell to adapt. These findings may be used to build new discipline of the epigenetic psychiatry as the potential for the pre-emptive adaptation. It will include also to study cancer as the Entropy in Human Brain Networks.