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by Maas, Anew and Menon, David and Steyerberg, Ewout and Citerio, Giuseppe and Lecky, Fiona and Manley, Geoffrey and Hill, Sean and Legrand, Valerie and Sorgner, Annina and Andelic, Nada and Aneassen, Lasse and Anews, Peter and Audibert, Gérard and Audny, Anke and Azouv, Philippe and Barzo, P and Beer, Ronny and Bellander, Bo-Michael and Belli, Antonio and Benali, Habib and Berardino, Maurizio and Beretta, Luigi and Brazinova, Alexana and Binder, Harald and Brehar, Felix and Buki, Anas and Bullinger, Monika and Cakmak, Ela and Callebaut, Ina and Cameron, Peter and Lozano, Guillermo Carbayo and Carpenter, Keri L.H and Chieregato, Arturo and Coburn, Mark and Coles, Jonathan P and Cooper, Jamie and Cnossen, Maryse and Curry, Nicola and Czeiter, Ene and Czosnyka, Marek and Dahyot-Fitzelier, Claire and Damas, François and Dawes, Helen and De Keyser, Véronique and De Luca, Alessana and De Ruiter, Godard C.W and De Witte, Olivier and Corte, Francesco and Demeter, Béla and Depreitere, Bart and Dippel, Diederik and Dizdarevic, Kemal and ier, Jens and Eapen, George and Ercole, Ari and Esser, Patrick and Fabricius, Martin and Feremans, Len and Feigin, V and Fossi, Francesca and Forsyth, Faye and Florian, Stefan and Frisvold, Shirin Kordasti and Frosini, Caterina and Furmanov, Alex and Frantzén, Janek and Gadda, Davide and Gagliardo, Pablo and Galanaud, Damien and Gao, Guoyi and Ghuysen, Alexane and Godbolt, Alison and Gonšorová, Veronika and Grigore, Zapulih and Gruen, Russell and Haagsma, Juanita and Hallaert, Giorgio and Hadzic, Ermin and Haitsma, Iain and Hartings, Jed and Helbok, Raimund and Helseth, Eirik and Hoefer, Stefan and Holling, Markus and Hunfeld, Maaike and Hutchinson, Peter J and Illéš, Robert and Janssens, Koen and Bovend'Eerdt, Thamar J.H and Jiang, Ji-Yao and Jones, Kelly M and Kalala, Jean-Pierre and Kalovits, Ferenc and Kasprian, Gregor and Katila, Ari and Ketharanathan, Naomi and Kolias, Angelos G and Kolibay, Felix and Kondziella, Daniel and Koskinen, Lars-Owe and ... and CENTER-TBI Participants and CENTER-TBI Participants and Investigators
Neurosurgery, ISSN 0148-396X, 01/2015, Volume 76, Issue 1, pp. 67 - 80
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Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Extra, ISSN 1664-5464, 10/2019, Volume 9, Issue 3, pp. 352 - 361
Background: Despite the increased prevalence of dementia in India, reports indicate little awareness of the disease. Symptoms are often misinterpreted or... 
Nursing care | Mental health | Families & family life | Attitudes | Long term health care | Knowledge | Studies | Nursing education | Students | Older people | Nurses | Aging | Population | Quantitative psychology | Psychiatry | Dementia | Geriatrics | Nursing | Attitude | India
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by van Essen, T.A and den Boogert, H.F and Cnossen, Maryse and De Ruiter, Godard C.W and Haitsma, Iain and Polinder, Suzanne and Steyerberg, Ewout and Menon, David and Maas, Anew and Lingsma, Hester and Peul, Wilco and Cecilia, A and Hadie, A and Vanni, A and Judith, A and Krisztina, A and Norberto, A and Nada, A and Lasse, A and Azasevac, A and Audny, Anke and Anna, A and Hilko, A and Gérard, A and Kaspars, A and Philippe, A and Luisa, A.M and Camelia, B and Rafael, B and Ronald, B and Pál, B and Ursula, B and Romuald, B and Ronny, B and Javier, B.F and Bo-Michael, B and Antonio, B and Rémy, B and Habib, B and Thierry, B and Maurizio, B and Luigi, B and Christopher, B and Federico, B and Harald, B and Erta, B and Morten, B and den Hugo, B and Pierre, B and Peter, B and Alexana, B and Vibeke, B and Joanne, B and Camilla, B and Anas, B and Monika, B and Emiliana, C and Rosa, C.M and Peter, C and Guillermo, C.L and Marco, C and Elsa, C and Carpenter, Keri L.H and Castaño-León Ana, M and Francesco, C and Giorgio, C and Arturo, C and Giuseppe, C and Maryse, C and Mark, C and Jonathan, C and Lizzie, C.-K and Johnny, C and Cooper Jamie, D and Marta, C and Amra, C and Nicola, C and Ene, C and Marek, C and Claire, D.-F and François, D and Pierre, D and Helen, D and Véronique, D.K and Francesco, D.C and Bart, D and de Ruiter Godard, C.W and Dula, D and Shenghao, D and Diederik, D and Abhishek, D and Emma, D and Jens, D and Guy-Loup, D and George, E and Heiko, E and Ari, E and Patrick, E and Erzsébet, E and Martin, F and ... and CENTER-TBI Investigators Partici and CENTER-TBI Investigators and Participants and on behalf of the CENTER-TBI Investigators and Participants
Acta Neurochirurgica, ISSN 0001-6268, 01/2018, Volume 161, Issue 3, pp. 435 - 449
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by Steyerberg, Ewout W and Wiegers, Eveline and Sewalt, Charlie and Buki, Andras and Citerio, Giuseppe and De Keyser, Véronique and Ercole, Ari and Kunzmann, Kevin and Lanyon, Linda and Lecky, Fiona and Lingsma, Hester and Manley, Geoffrey and Nelson, David and Peul, Wilco and Stocchetti, Nino and von Steinbüchel, Nicole and Vande Vyvere, Thijs and Verheyden, Jan and Wilson, Lindsay and Maas, Andrew I R and Menon, David K and Ackerlund, Cecilia and Amrein, Krisztina and Andelic, Nada and Andreassen, Lasse and Anke, Audny and Antoni, Anna and Audibert, Gérard and Auslands, Kaspars and Azouvi, Philippe and Azzolini, Maria Luisa and Badenes, Rafael and Bartels, Ronald and Barzó, Pál and Beauvais, Romuald and Beer, Ronny and Bellander, Bo-Michael and Belli, Antonio and Benali, Habib and Berardino, Maurizio and Beretta, Luigi and Blaabjerg, Morten and Bragge, Peter and Brazinova, Alexandra and Brinck, Vibeke and Brooker, Joanne and Brorsson, Camilla and Buki, Andras and Bullinger, Monika and Cabeleira, Manuel and Caccioppola, Alessio and Calappi, Emiliana and Calvi, Maria Rosa and Cameron, Peter and Carbayo Lozano, Guillermo and Carbonara, Marco and Castaño-León, Ana M and Chevallard, Giorgio and Chieregato, Arturo and Cnossen, Maryse and Coburn, Mark and Coles, Jonathan and Cooper, Jamie D and Correia, Marta and Čović, Amra and Curry, Nicola and Czeiter, Endre and Czosnyka, Marek and Dahyot-Fizelier, Claire and Dawes, Helen and Degos, Vincent and Della Corte, Francesco and den Boogert, Hugo and Depreitere, Bart and Dijkland, Simone and Đilvesi, Đula and Dixit, Abhishek and Donoghue, Emma and Dreier, Jens and Dulière, Guy-Loup and Ercole, Ari and Esser, Patrick and Ezer, Erzsébet and Fabricius, Martin and Feigin, Valery L and Foks, Kelly and Frisvold, Shirin and Furmanov, Alex and Gagliardo, Pablo and Galanaud, Damien and Gantner, Dashiell and Gao, Guoyi and George, Pradeep and Ghuysen, Alexandre and Giga, Lelde and Glocker, Ben and Golubović, Jagoš and Gomez, Pedro A and Gratz, Johannes and Gravesteijn, Benjamin and ... and CENTER-TBI Participants and Investigators and CENTER-TBI Participants Investigat
The Lancet Neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 10/2019, Volume 18, Issue 10, pp. 923 - 934
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Cancer Research, ISSN 0008-5472, 10/2019, Volume 79, Issue 20, pp. 5458 - 5458
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European Neuropsychopharmacology, ISSN 0924-977X, 10/2019, Volume 29, pp. S183 - S184
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European Neuropsychopharmacology, ISSN 0924-977X, 10/2019, Volume 29, pp. S85 - S86
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by Cnossen, Maryse and Polinder, Suzanne and Lingsma, H.F and Maas, Anew and Menon, David and Steyerberg, Ewout and Adams, H and Alessano, M and Allanson, Judith and Amrein, K and Andaluz, N and Andelic, Nada and Anea, N and Aneassen, Lasse and Anke, A and Antoni, A and Ardon, H and Audibert, Gérard and Auslands, K and Azouvi, P and Baciu, C and Bacon, A and Badenes, R and Baglin, T and Bartels, R and Barzó, P and Bauerfeind, U and Beer, Ronny and Belda, F.J and Bellander, Bo-Michael and Belli, Antonio and Bellier, R and Benali, Habib and Benard, T and Berardino, Maurizio and Beretta, L and Beynon, C and Bilotta, F and Binder, Harald and Biqiri, E and Blaabjerg, M and Borgen, L.S and Bouzat, P and Bragge, P and Brazinova, Alexana and Brehar, Felix and Brorsson, C and Buki, A and Bullinger, Monika and Bučková, V and Calappi, E and Cameron, Peter and Carbayo, L.G and Carise, E and Carpenter, C and Castaño-León, A.M and Causin, F and Chevallard, G and Chieregato, Arturo and Citerio, Giuseppe and Coburn, Mark and Coles, Jonathan P and Cooper, J.D and Correia, M and Covic, Amra and Curry, Nicola and Czeiter, Ene and Czosnyka, Marek and Dahyot-Fizelier, C and Damas, François and Damas, Pierre and Dawes, Helen and De Keyser, V and Della Corte, Francesco and Depreitere, Bart and Ding, S and Dippel, Diederik and Dizdarevic, Kemal and Dulière, G.-L and Dzeko, A and Eapen, George and Engemann, H and Ercole, Ari and Esser, Patrick and Ezer, E and Fabricius, Martin and Feigin, V and Feng, J and Foks, K and Fossi, Francesca and Francony, G and Frantzén, Janek and Freo, U and Frisvold, Shirin Kordasti and Furmanov, A and Gagliardo, Pablo and Galanaud, Damien and Gao, Guoyi and Geleijns, Karin and Ghuysen, Alexane and ... and CENTER-Tbi Invest Participants and CENTER-TBI Investigators and Participants
PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 08/2016, Volume 11, Issue 8, p. e0161367
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by Nalls, Mike A and Blauwendraat, Cornelis and Vallerga, Costanza L and Heilbron, Karl and Bandres-Ciga, Sara and Chang, Diana and Tan, Manuela and Kia, Demis A and Noyce, Alastair J and Xue, Angli and Bras, Jose and Young, Emily and von Coelln, Rainer and Simón-Sánchez, Javier and Schulte, Claudia and Sharma, Manu and Krohn, Lynne and Pihlstrøm, Lasse and Siitonen, Ari and Iwaki, Hirotaka and Leonard, Hampton and Faghri, Faraz and Gibbs, J Raphael and Hernandez, Dena G and Scholz, Sonja W and Botia, Juan A and Martinez, Maria and Corvol, Jean-Christophe and Lesage, Suzanne and Jankovic, Joseph and Shulman, Lisa M and Sutherland, Margaret and Tienari, Pentti and Majamaa, Kari and Toft, Mathias and Andreassen, Ole A and Bangale, Tushar and Brice, Alexis and Yang, Jian and Gan-Or, Ziv and Gasser, Thomas and Heutink, Peter and Shulman, Joshua M and Wood, Nicholas W and Hinds, David A and Hardy, John A and Morris, Huw R and Gratten, Jacob and Visscher, Peter M and Graham, Robert R and Singleton, Andrew B and Adarmes-Gómez, Astrid D and Aguilar, Miquel and Aitkulova, Akbota and Akhmetzhanov, Vadim and Alcalay, Roy N and Alvarez, Ignacio and Alvarez, Victoria and Bandres-Ciga, Sara and Barrero, Francisco Javier and Bergareche Yarza, Jesús Alberto and Bernal-Bernal, Inmaculada and Billingsley, Kimberley and Blauwendraat, Cornelis and Blazquez, Marta and Bonilla-Toribio, Marta and Botía, Juan A and Boungiorno, María Teresa and Bras, Jose and Brice, Alexis and Brockmann, Kathrin and Bubb, Vivien and Buiza-Rueda, Dolores and Cámara, Ana and Carrillo, Fátima and Carrión-Claro, Mario and Cerdan, Debora and Chelban, Viorica and Clarimón, Jordi and Clarke, Carl and Compta, Yaroslau and Cookson, Mark R and Corvol, Jean-Christophe and Craig, David W and Danjou, Fabrice and Diez-Fairen, Monica and Dols-Icardo, Oriol and Duarte, Jacinto and Duran, Raquel and Escamilla-Sevilla, Francisco and Escott-Price, Valentina and Ezquerra, Mario and Faghri, Faraz and Feliz, Cici and Fernández, Manel and Fernández-Santiago, Rubén and Finkbeiner, Steven and Foltynie, Thomas and Gan-Or, Ziv and Garcia, Ciara and ... and 23andMe Research Team and International Parkinson's Disease Genomics Consortium and System Genomics of Parkinson's Disease Consortium and Int Parkinson's Dis Genomics and Syst Genomics Parkinson's Dis and 23 Me Res Team
The Lancet Neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 12/2019, Volume 18, Issue 12, pp. 1091 - 1102
Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) in Parkinson's disease have increased the scope of biological knowledge about the disease over the past decade. We aimed... 
PHENOTYPES | GWAS | GENE | VARIANTS | EFFICIENT | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | Phenotypes | Parkinson's disease | Neurodegenerative diseases | Genomics | Parkinsons disease | Cognitive ability | Clinical trials | Genomes | Single-nucleotide polymorphism | Gene expression | Putamen | Risk factors | Datasets | Studies | Prediction models | DNA methylation | Aging | Heritability | Movement disorders
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