I was searching quite long for a review on that – but only to discover in the print version of a QRB article a reference to an online table. In homo sapiens, the author reports an increased cardiovascular mortality slash diabetes susceptibility (INS-IGF2-H19) through male germline and Angelman/Prader/Willi syndrome (from paternal grandmother). So there are only limited human examples so far, which is certainly due to the lack of appropriate sample collections yea, yea.
Video Link to an interview with Lars Olov Bygren.
I am still not sure about Angelman/Prader/Willi (as this is more with imprinting) – otherwise the updated list consists of
- Prenatal exposure to the Dutch famine and disease in later life: An overview (2005)
- Sex-specific, male-line transgenerational responses in humans (2006)
- Transgenerational response to nutrition, early life circumstances and longevity (2007)
- Persistent epigenetic differences associated with prenatal exposure to famine in humans (2008)