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Obesity, ISSN 1930-7381, 10/2009, Volume 17, Issue 10, pp. 1900 - 1905
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by Hancock, Dana and Artigas, M.S and Gharib, Sina and Henry, Amanda and Manichaikul, Ani and Ramasamy, Adaikalavan and Loth, Daan and Imboden, Medea and Koch, Beate and McArdle, Wendy and Smith, G.D and Smolonska, Joanna and Sood, Akshay and Tang, Wenbo and Wilk, Jemma and Zhai, Guangju and Zhao, Jing Hua and Aschard, Hugues and Burkart, Kristin and Curjuric, Ivan and Eijgelsheim, Mark and Elliott, Paul and Gu, Xiangjun and Harris, Tamara and Janson, Christer and Homuth, Georg and Hysi, Pirro and Liu, Jason and Loehr, Laura and Lohman, Kurt and Loos, Ruth and Manning, Alisa and Marciante, Kristin and Obeidat, M and Postma, Dirkje and Alich, Melinda and Brusselle, Guy and Chen, T.H and Eiriksdottir, Gudny and Franceschini, Nora and Heinrich, Joachim and Rotter, Jerome and Wijmenga, Cisca and Williams, Dale and Hofman, Albert and Laurie, Cathy and Lumley, Thomas and Morrison, Alanna and Joubert, Bonnie and Rivadeneira Ramirez, Fernando and Couper, David and Kritchevsky, Stephen and Liu, Yongmei and Wjst, Matthias and Wain, Louise and Vonk, Judith and Uitterlinden, Ané and Rochat, Thierry and Rich, Stephen and Psaty, Bruce and O'Connor, George and North, Kari and Mirel, Daniel and Meibohm, Bernd and Launer, Lenore and Khaw, Kay-Tee and Hartikainen, A.L and Hammond, Christopher and Gläser, Sven and Marchini, Jonathan and Kraft, Peter and Wareham, Nick and Völzke, Henry and Stricker, Bruno and Spector, Timothy and Probst-Hensch, Nicole M and Jarvis, Deborah and Jarvelin, Marjo-Riitta and Heckbert, Susan and Gudnason, Vilmundur and Boezen, Marike and Barr, Graham and Cassano, Patricia and Strachan, David and Fornage, Myriam and Hall, Ian and Dupuis, Josée and Tobin, Martin and London, Stephanie and Bentley, Amy and Medicinska fakulteten and Medicinska och farmaceutiska vetenskapsområdet and Lungmedicin och allergologi and Uppsala universitet and Institutionen för medicinska vetenskaper
PL o S Genetics (Online), ISSN 1553-7390, 12/2012, Volume 8, Issue 12, p. e1003098
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by Feitosa, Mary F and Kraja, Aldi T and Chasman, Daniel I and Sung, Yun J and Winkler, Thomas W and Ntalla, Ioanna and Guo, Xiuqing and Franceschini, Nora and Cheng, Ching-Yu and Sim, Xueling and Vojinovic, Dina and Marten, Jonathan and Musani, Solomon K and Li, Changwei and Bentley, Amy R and Brown, Michael R and Schwander, Karen and Richard, Melissa A and Noordam, Raymond and Aschard, Hugues and Bartz, Traci M and Bielak, Lawrence F and Dorajoo, Rajkumar and Fisher, Virginia and Hartwig, Fernando P and Horimoto, Andrea R. V.R and Lohman, Kurt K and Manning, Alisa K and Rankinen, Tuomo and Smith, Albert V and Tajuddin, Salman M and Wojczynski, Mary K and Alver, Maris and Boissel, Mathilde and Cai, Qiuyin and Campbell, Archie and Chai, Jin Fang and Chen, Xu and Divers, Jasmin and Gao, Chuan and Goel, Anuj and Hagemeijer, Yanick and Harris, Sarah E and He, Meian and Hsu, Fang-Chi and Jackson, Anne U and Kähönen, Mika and Kasturiratne, Anuradhani and Komulainen, Pirjo and Kühnel, Brigitte and Laguzzi, Federica and Luan, Jian'An and Matoba, Nana and Nolte, Ilja M and Padmanabhan, Sandosh and Riaz, Muhammad and Rueedi, Rico and Robino, Antonietta and Said, M. Abdullah and Scott, Robert A and Sofer, Tamar and Stančáková, Alena and Takeuchi, Fumihiko and Tayo, Bamidele O and Van Der Most, Peter J and Varga, Tibor V and Vitart, Veronique and Wang, Yajuan and Ware, Erin B and Warren, Helen R and Weiss, Stefan and Wen, Wanqing and Yanek, Lisa R and Zhang, Weihua and Zhao, Jing Hua and Afaq, Saima and Amin, Najaf and Amini, Marzyeh and Arking, Dan E and Aung, Tin and Boerwinkle, Eric and Borecki, Ingrid and Broeckel, Ulrich and Brown, Morris and Brumat, Marco and Burke, Gregory L and Canouil, Mickaël and Chakravarti, Aravinda and Charumathi, Sabanayagam and Chen, Yii-Der Ida and Connell, John M and Correa, Adolfo and De Las Fuentes, Lisa and De Mutsert, Renée and De Silva, H. Janaka and Deng, Xuan and Ding, Jingzhong and Duan, Qing and Eaton, Charles B and Ehret, Georg and ... and InterAct Consortium and Medicinska fakulteten and Institutionen för folkhälsa och klinisk medicin and Näringsforskning and Umeå universitet
PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 06/2018, Volume 13, Issue 6, p. e0198166
Heavy alcohol consumption is an established risk factor for hypertension; the mechanism by which alcohol consumption impact blood pressure (BP) regulation... 
COMMON VARIANTS | ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION | METAANALYSIS | PTP4A1-PHF3-EYS VARIANTS | TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GATA4 | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | RISK | LOCI | FUNCTIONAL VARIATION | GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION | DEPENDENCE | Genetic Predisposition to Disease - genetics | Genome-Wide Association Study | Blood Pressure - genetics | Humans | Middle Aged | Male | Continental Population Groups - genetics | Gene-Environment Interaction | Alcohol Drinking - genetics | Young Adult | Alcohol Drinking - epidemiology | Pedigree | Adolescent | Aged, 80 and over | Adult | Female | Aged | Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide | Hypertension - epidemiology | Hypertension - genetics | Genetic Predisposition to Disease - epidemiology | Continental Population Groups - statistics & numerical data | Cohort Studies | Genome-wide association studies | Usage | Influence | Blood pressure | Genetic aspects | Diagnosis | Drinking of alcoholic beverages | Health aspects | Risk factors | Hypertension | Consumption | Health care | Medical research | Genes | Genomics | Alcohol | Genomes | Preventive medicine | Gene expression | Epidemiology | Loci | Blood | Genetic effects | Correlation analysis | Replication | Genetics | Bioinformatics | Public health | Basic Medicine | Medical and Health Sciences | Medicin och hälsovetenskap | Hälsovetenskaper | Klinisk medicin | Kardiologi | Clinical Medicine | Medical Genetics | Medicinsk genetik | Näringslära | Cardiac and Cardiovascular Systems | Medicinska och farmaceutiska grundvetenskaper | Nutrition and Dietetics | Health Sciences
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by Essebag, Vidal and Verma, Atul and Healey, Jeff S and Krahn, Andrew D and Kalfon, Eli and Coutu, Benoit and Ayala-Paredes, Felix and Tang, Anthony S and Sapp, John and Sturmer, Marcio and Keren, Arieh and Wells, George A and Birnie, David H and Green, Martin and Nery, Pablo and Lemery, Robert and Gollob, Michael and Davis, Darryl and Redpath, Calum and Duchesne, Lloyd and Carlin, Leslie and MacDonald, Karen and Dunne, Rosemary and Fleming, Rochelle and Yeltsir, Elizabeth and Chen, Li and Tran, My-Linh and Coyle, Doug and Hadjis, Tomy and Bernier, Martin L and Omelchenko, Alexander and Rafti, Fiorella and Beaudoin, Johannie and Bureau, Johanne and Coutu, Isabelle and Vaillancourt, Emilie and Manlucu, Jaimie and Yee, Raymond and Skanes, Allan and Gula, Lorne and Klein, George and Leong-Sit, Peter and Nyman, Lynn and Bentley, Cathy and Hulley, Denise and Morillo, Carlos and Connolly, Stuart and Nair, Girish and Divakaramenon, S and Ribas, S and Eikelboom, John and Meyer, Wendy and Malcolm, Victoria and Carroll, Sandra and Simpson, Christopher S and Baranchuk, Adrian and Abdollah, Hashiar and Michael, Kevin and Redfearn, Damian and Hammond, Sharlene and Ewart, Gwen and Fair, Sharon and O'Reilly, Glenda and Novak, Paul and Sterns, Laurence and Leather, Richard and Smith, Reg and Lane, Chris and Bastell, Mona and Parfett, Debbie and Green, Andrea and Jackson, Heather and Basta, Magdy and Gardner, Martin and Parkash, Ratika and Gray, Chris and Fearon, Ann and Giddens, Karen and Carroll, Lisa and Kus, Teresa and Becker, Guiliano and Langlois, Ann and Sirois, Carole and Khaykin, Yaariv and Wulffhart, Zaev and Tsang, Bernice and Pantano, Alfredo and Winger, Kellie and Patterson, Sherri and Nath, Annette and Seifer, Colette and Wolfe, Kevin and Khadem, Ali and Tischenko, Alex and Polson, Jan and Roux, Jean-Francois and Badra, Mariano and Cote, Stephanie and Lavallee, Lyne and Houde, Rene and ... and BRUISE CONTROL Investigators
Journal of the American College of Cardiology, ISSN 0735-1097, 03/2016, Volume 67, Issue 11, pp. 1300 - 1308
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by Aarts, A.A and Anderson, J.E and Anderson, C.J and Attridge, P.R and Attwood, A and Axt, J.R and Babel, M and Bahnik, S and Baranski, E and Barnett-Cowan, M and Bartmess, E and Beer, J and Bell, R and Bentley, H and Beyan, L and Binion, G and Borsboom, D and Bosch, A and Bosco, F.A and Bowman, S.D and Brandt, M.J and Braswell, E and Brohmer, H and Brown, B.T and Brown, K and Bruning, J and Calhoun-Sauls, A and Callahan, S.P and Chagnon, E and Chandler, J and Chartier, C.R and Cheung, F and Christopherson, C.D and Cillessen, L.J.G and Clay, R and Cleary, H and Cloud, M.D and Cohn, M and Cohoon, J and Columbus, S and Cordes, A and Costantini, G and Alvarez, L.D.C and Cremata, E and Crusius, J and DeCoster, J and DeGaetano, M.A and Della Penna, N and Bezemer, B. den and Deserno, M.K and Devitt, O and Dewitte, L and Dobolyi, D.G and Dodson, G.T and Donnellan, M.B and Donohue, R and Dore, R.A and Dorrough, A and ber, A and Dugas, M and Dunn, E.W and Easey, K and Eboigbe, S and Eggleston, C and Embley, J and Epskamp, S and Errington, T.M and Estel, V and Farach, F.J and Feather, J and Fedor, A and Fernandez-Castilla, B and Fiedler, S and Field, J.G and Fitneva, S.A and Flagan, T and Forest, A.L and Forsell, E and Foster, J.D and Frank, M.C and Frazier, R.S and Fuchs, H and Gable, P and Galak, J and Galliani, E.M and Gampa, A and Garcia, S and Gazarian, D and Gilbert, E and Giner-Sorolla, R and Glöckner, A and Goellner, L and Goh, J.X and Goldberg, R and Goodbourn, P.T and Gordon-McKeon, S and Gorges, B and Gorges, J and Goss, J and Graham, J and ... and Open Sci Collaboration and Open Science Collaboration and Stockholms universitet and Samhällsvetenskapliga fakulteten and Stressforskningsinstitutet
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 2015, Volume 349, Issue 6251, pp. aac4716 - aac4716
Reproducibility is a defining feature of science, but the extent to which it characterizes current research is unknown. We conducted replications of 100... 
REPLICATION | PUBLICATION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | POWER | INCENTIVES | PREVALENCE | TRUTH | REPLICABILITY | Causality | Experimental psychology | Samhällsvetenskap | Social Sciences | Psychology | Psykologi
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by Adams-Chapman, Ira and Heyne, Roy J and DeMauro, Sara B and Duncan, Andrea F and Hintz, Susan R and Pappas, Athina and Vohr, Betty R and McDonald, Scott A and Das, Abhik and Newman, Jamie E and Higgins, Rosemary D and Polin, Richard A and Laptook, Abbot R and Keszler, Martin and Hensman, Angelita M and Vieira, Elisa and Burke, Robert T and Stephens, Bonnie E and Alksninis, Barbara and Bishop, Carmena and Keszler, Mary L and Leach, Teresa M and Watson, Victoria E and Walsh, Michele C and Fanaroff, Avroy A and Newman, Nancy S and Wilson-Costello, Deanne E and Siner, Bonnie S and Friedman, Harriet G and Truog, William E and Pallotto, Eugenia K and Kilbride, Howard W and Gauldin, Cheri and Holmes, Anne and Johnson, Kathy and Knutson, Allison and Schibler, Kurt and Kallapur, Suhas G and Yolton, Kimberly and Alexander, Barbara and Fischer, Estelle E and Gratton, Teresa L and Grisby, Cathy and Jennings, Jennifer and Kirker, Kristin and Jackson, Lenora D and Wuertz, Sandra and Cotton, C. Michael and Goldberg, Ronald N and Goldstein, Ricki F and Malcolm, William F and Ashley, Patricia L and Finkle, Joanne and Fisher, Kimberley A and Grimes, Andra and Gustafson, Kathryn E and Lohmeyer, Melody B and Laughon, Matthew M and Bose, Carl L and Bernhardt, Janice and Bose, Gennie and Wereszczak, Janice and Stoll, Barbara J and Carlton, David P and Buchter, Susie and Piazza, Anthony J and Hale, Ellen C and Loggins, Yvonne and Bottcher, Diane and Carter, Sheena L and Kendrick-Allwood, Salathiel and LaRossa, Maureen and Mackie, Colleen and Smikle, Gloria and Wineski, Lynn and Archer, Stephanie Wilson and Poindexter, Brenda B and Sokol, Gregory M and Bohnke, Lon G and Harmon, Heidi and Herron, Dianne E and Hines, Abbey C and Lytle, Carolyn and Minnich, Heike M and Papile, Lu Ann and Richard, Leslie and Smiley, Lucy and Wilson, Leslie Dawn and Sánchez, Pablo J and Nelin, Leif D and Jadcherla, Sudarshan R and Luzader, Patricia and Fortney, Christine A and Besner, Gail E and Parikh, Nehal A and Wallace, Dennis and Gantz, Marie G and Auman, Jeanette O'donnell and Crawford, Margaret and Huitema, Carolyn M. Petrie and ... and Follow-Up Study Eunice Kennedy Shr and Human Development Neonatal Res Net and Follow-Up Study of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Neonatal Research Network and for the Follow-Up Study of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Neonatal Research Network
Pediatrics, ISSN 0031-4005, 05/2018, Volume 141, Issue 5, p. e20173091
OBJECTIVES: Evaluate the spectrum of neurodevelopmental outcome in a contemporary cohort of extremely preterm infants. We hypothesize that the rate of severe... 
MORTALITY | LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT | SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN | NATIONAL COHORT | BORN | FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES | INJURY | WEEKS GESTATION | PEDIATRICS | CEREBRAL-PALSY | GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION | Infants (Premature) | Health aspects | Risk factors | Gestational age | Brain diseases | 23.03 | 15.00 | 15.04 | 23.00
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