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2016
Exome Genotyping Identifies Pleiotropic Variants Associated with Red Blood Cell Traits.Chami, N., Chen MH, Slater AJ, Eicher JD, Evangelou E., Tajuddin SM, Love-Gregory L., Kacprowski T., Schick UM, Nomura A., Giri A., Lessard S., Brody JA, Schurmann C., Pankratz N., Yanek LR, Manichaikul A., Pazoki R., Mihailov E., Hill WD, et al. American journal of human genetics, 2016/06/21, (2016) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Large-Scale Exome-wide Association Analysis Identifies Loci for White Blood Cell Traits and Pleiotropy with Immune-Mediated Diseases.Tajuddin, SM, Schick UM, Eicher JD, Chami N., Giri A., Brody JA, Hill WD, Kacprowski T., Li J., Lyytikäinen LP, Manichaikul A., Mihailov E., O'Donoghue ML, Pankratz N., Pazoki R., Polfus LM, Smith AV, Schurmann C., Vacchi-Suzzi C., Waterworth DM, et al. American journal of human genetics, 2016/06/21, (2016) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Platelet-Related Variants Identified by Exomechip Meta-analysis in 157,293 Individuals.Eicher, JD, Chami N., Kacprowski T., Nomura A., Chen MH, Yanek LR, Tajuddin SM, Schick UM, Slater AJ, Pankratz N., Polfus L., Schurmann C., Giri A., Brody JA, Lange LA, Manichaikul A., Hill WD, Pazoki R., Elliot P., Evangelou E., et al. American journal of human genetics, 2016/06/21, (2016) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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2014
Genome-wide meta-analysis identifies six novel loci associated with habitual coffee consumption.The Coffee and Caffeine Genetics, Consortium, Cornelis MC, Byrne EM, Esko T., Nalls MA, Ganna A., Paynter N., Monda KL, Amin N., Fischer K., Renstrom F., Ngwa JS, Huikari V., Cavadino A., Nolte IM, Teumer A., Yu K., Marques-Vidal P., Rawal R., Manichaikul A., et al. Molecular psychiatry, 2014/10/07, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Association of low-frequency and rare coding-sequence variants with blood lipids and coronary heart disease in 56,000 whites and blacks.Peloso, GM, Auer PL, Bis JC, Voorman A., Morrison AC, Stitziel NO, Brody JA, Khetarpal SA, Crosby JR, Fornage M., Isaacs A., Jakobsdottir J., Feitosa MF, Davies G., Huffman JE, Manichaikul A., Davis B., Lohman K., Joon AY, Smith AV, et al. American journal of human genetics, 2014/02/06, Volume 94, Issue 2, p.223-32, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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