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Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, ISSN 1613-4125, 05/2014, Volume 58, Issue 5, pp. 973 - 983
Scope Fumonisin (FB) intake can be high when maize is a dietary staple. We determined (i) urinary FB (UFB) in women consuming maize in high‐ and low‐exposure... 
Urinary fumonisin B1 | Estimated fumonisin intake | Fusarium verticillioides | Fumonisin | Maize consumption | Zea mays - chemistry | Fumonisins - urine | Food Contamination - analysis | Humans | Middle Aged | Food Microbiology | Young Adult | Fumonisins - administration & dosage | Zea mays - microbiology | Guatemala | Adult | Female | Surveys and Questionnaires
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Blood, ISSN 0006-4971, 12/2015, Volume 126, Issue 23, pp. 3401 - 3401
Abstract BACKGROUND: Two functional variants (G1 and G2) in the APOL1 gene have been implicated as contributing to the high rate of chronic kidney disease in... 
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Blood, ISSN 0006-4971, 12/2014, Volume 124, Issue 21, pp. 1374 - 1374
Abstract BACKGROUND: Sickle cell disease (SCD) patients have a heterogeneous clinical course, and as patient survival has improved, end-organ damage has become... 
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Blood, ISSN 0006-4971, 11/2013, Volume 122, Issue 21, pp. 2224 - 2224
Abstract End-organ damage in patients with sickle cell disease (SCD) has become an emergent clinical priority over recent decades due to the increased lifespan... 
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Blood, ISSN 0006-4971, 11/2012, Volume 120, Issue 21, pp. 3229 - 3229
Abstract Abstract 3229 Background: Sickle cell disease (SCD) greatly decreases survival of affected patients, and significant advances will be necessary to... 
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by Nievergelt, Caroline M and Maihofer, Adam X and Klengel, Torsten and Atkinson, Elizabeth G and Chen, Chia-Yen and Choi, Karmel W and Coleman, Jonathan R and Dalvie, Shareefa and Duncan, Laramie E and Gelernter, Joel and Levey, Daniel F and Logue, Mark W and Polimanti, Renato and Provost, Allison C and Ratanatharathorn, Anew and Stein, Murray B and Torres, Katy and Aiello, Allison E and Almli, Lynn M and Amstadter, Ananda B and Andersen, Sren B and Aneassen, Ole A and Arbisi, Paul A and Ashley-Koch, Allison E and Austin, S. Bryn and Avdibegovic, Esmina and Babic, gan and Baekvad-Hansen, Marie and Baker, Dewleen G and Beckham, Jean C and Bierut, Laura J and Bisson, Jonathan and Boks, Marco P and Bolger, Elizabeth A and Brglum, Anders D and Bradley, Bekh and Brashear, Megan and Breen, Gerome and Bryant, Richard A and Bustamante, Angela C and Bybjerg-Grauholm, Jonas and Calabrese, Joseph R and Caldas-de-Almeida, Jose M and Dale, Anders M and Daly, Mark J and Daskalakis, Nikolaos P and Deckert, Juergen and Delahanty, Douglas L and Dennis, Michelle F and Disner, Seth G and Domschke, Katharina and Dzubur-Kulenovic, Alma and Erbes, Christopher R and Evans, Alexana and Farrer, Lindsay A and Feeny, Norah C and Flory, Janine D and Forbes, David and Franz, Carol E and Galea, Sano and Garrett, Melanie E and Gelaye, Bizu and Geuze, Elbert and Gillespie, Charles and Uka, Aferdita Goci and Gordon, Scott D and Guffanti, Guia and Hammamieh, Rasha and Harnal, Supriya and Hauser, Michael A and Heath, Anew C and Hemmings, Sian M. J and Hougaard, David Michael and Jakovljevic, Miro and Jett, Marti and Johnson, Eric Otto and Jones, Ian and Jovanovic, Tanja and Qin, Xue-Jun and Junglen, Angela G and Karstoft, Karen-Inge and Kaufman, Milissa L and Kessler, Ronald C and Khan, Alaptagin and Kimbrel, Nathan A and King, Anthony P and Koen, Nastassja and Kranzler, Henry R and Kremen, William S and Lawford, Bruce R and Lebois, Lauren A. M and Lewis, Catrin E and Linnstaedt, Sarah D and Lori, Aiana and Lugonja, Bozo and Luykx, Jurjen J and Lyons, Michael J and Maples-Keller, Jessica and Marmar, Charles and Martin, Alicia R and ...
Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 10/2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 16
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International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, ISSN 0885-6230, 09/2013, Volume 28, Issue 9, p. 925
  The primary aims of this study were to (i) determine whether folate metabolism genetic polymorphisms predict age of onset and occurrence of late life... 
Studies | Serotonin | Antidepressants | Older people | Mental depression
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by Akbarian, Schahram and Liu, Chunyu and Knowles, James A and Vaccarino, Flora M and Farnham, Peggy J and Crawford, Gregory E and Jaffe, Andrew E and Pinto, Dalila and Dracheva, Stella and Geschwind, Daniel H and Mill, Jonathan and Nairn, Angus C and Abyzov, Alexej and Pochareddy, Sirisha and Prabhakar, Shyam and Weissman, Sherman and Sullivan, Patrick F and State, Matthew W and Weng, Zhiping and Peters, Mette A and White, Kevin P and Gerstein, Mark B and Amiri, Anahita and Armoskus, Chris and Ashley-Koch, Allison E and Bae, Taejeong and Beckel-Mitchener, Andrea and Berman, Benjamin P and Coetzee, Gerhard A and Coppola, Gianfilippo and Francoeur, Nancy and Fromer, Menachem and Gao, Robert and Grennan, Kay and Herstein, Jennifer and Kavanagh, David H and Ivanov, Nikolay A and Jiang, Yan and Kitchen, Robert R and Kozlenkov, Alexey and Kundakovic, Marija and Li, Mingfeng and Li, Zhen and Liu, Shuang and Mangravite, Lara M and Mattei, Eugenio and Markenscoff-Papadimitriou, Eirene and Navarro, Fábio C.P and North, Nicole and Omberg, Larsson and Panchision, David and Parikshak, Neelroop and Poschmann, Jeremie and Price, Amanda J and Purcaro, Michael and Reddy, Timothy E and Roussos, Panos and Schreiner, Shannon and Scuderi, Soraya and Sebra, Robert and Shibata, Mikihito and Shieh, Annie W and Skarica, Mario and Sun, Wenjie and Swarup, Vivek and Thomas, Amber and Tsuji, Junko and Van Bakel, Harm and Wang, Daifeng and Wang, Yongjun and Wang, Kai and Werling, Donna M and Willsey, A. Jeremy and Witt, Heather and Won, Hyejung and Wong, Chloe C.Y and Wray, Gregory A and Wu, Emily Y and Xu, Xuming and Yao, Lijing and Senthil, Geetha and Lehner, Thomas and Sklar, Pamela and Sestan, Nenad and PsychENCODE Consortium
Nature Neuroscience, ISSN 1097-6256, 11/2015, Volume 18, Issue 12, pp. 1707 - 1712
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American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B-neuropsychiatric Genetics, ISSN 1552-4841, 09/2017, Volume 174, Issue 6, pp. 619 - 630
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