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2014
Defining the role of common variation in the genomic and biological architecture of adult human height.Wood, AR, Esko T., Yang J., Vedantam S., Pers TH, Gustafsson S., Chu AY, Estrada K., Luan J., Kutalik Z., Amin N., Buchkovich ML, Croteau-Chonka DC, Day FR, Duan Y., Fall T., Fehrmann R., Ferreira T., Jackson AU, Karjalainen J., et al. Nature genetics, 2014/10/05, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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GWAS of Longevity in CHARGE Consortium Confirms APOE and FOXO3 Candidacy.Broer, L., Buchman AS, Deelen J., Evans DS, Faul JD, Lunetta KL, Sebastiani P., Smith JA, Smith AV, Tanaka T., Yu L., Arnold AM, Aspelund T., Benjamin EJ, De Jager PL, Eirkisdottir G., Evans DA, Garcia ME, Hofman A., Kaplan RC, et al. The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences, 2014/09/08, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Meta-analysis identifies loci affecting levels of the potential osteoarthritis biomarkers sCOMP and uCTX-II with genome wide significance.Ramos, YF, Metrustry S., Arden N., Bay-Jensen AC, Beekman M., de Craen AJ, Cupples LA, Esko T., Evangelou E., Felson DT, Hart DJ, Ioannidis JP, Karsdal M., Kloppenburg M., Lafeber F., Metspalu A., Panoutsopoulou K., Slagboom PE, Spector TD, van Spil EW, et al. Journal of medical genetics, 2014/07/23, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Genome-Wide Association Study for Circulating Tissue Plasminogen Activator Levels and Functional Follow-Up Implicates Endothelial STXBP5 and STX2.Huang, J., Huffman JE, Yamkauchi M., Trompet S., Asselbergs FW, Sabater-Lleal M., Trégouët DA, Chen WM, Smith NL, Kleber ME, Shin SY, Becker DM, Tang W., Dehghan A., Johnson AD, Truong V., Folkersen L., Yang Q., Oudot-Mellkah T., Buckley BM, et al. Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology, 2014/02/27, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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2013
Deleterious alleles in the human genome are on average younger than neutral alleles of the same frequency.Kiezun, A., Pulit SL, Francioli LC, van Dijk F., Swertz M., Boomsma DI, van Duijn CM, Slagboom PE, van Ommen GJ, Wijmenga C., Genome of the Netherlands Consortium, de Bakker PI, and Sunyaev SR PLoS genetics, 2013/02/01, Volume 9, Issue 2, p.e1003301, (2013) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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