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Circulation, ISSN 0009-7322, 09/2002, Volume 106, Issue 10, p. 1219
  BACKGROUND: Infection with Helicobacter pylori and Chlamydia pneumoniae is associated with coronary heart disease. We conducted an intervention study using... 
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by Jankowski, Janusz A Z and de Caestecker, John and Love, Sharon B and Reilly, Gavin and Watson, Peter and Sanders, Scott and Ang, Yeng and Morris, Danielle and Bhandari, Pradeep and Brooks, Claire and Attwood, Stephen and Harrison, Rebecca and Barr, Hugh and Moayyedi, Paul and Ragunath, Krish and Rameh, Bashir and Fullarton, Grant and Tucker, Art and Penman, Ian and Rodgers, Colin and Neale, James and Edwards, Cathryn and Wise, Adelyn and Jones, Stephen and Church, Nicholas and Vaidya, Kishor and Balata, Sherzad and Todd, John and Gibbons, Michael and Johnston, David and Johnston, Simon Douglas and Anderson, Mark and Davies, Gareth and Dickey, William and Murdock, Andrew and Turner, Graham and Goddard, Andrew and Gore, Stephen and Haigh, Chris and Harding, Timothy and Jackson, Lucina and Murray, Iain and Worthingon, Joy and Lee, Thomas and Lim, Peik Loon and McLoughlin, James and Macdonald, Christopher and Mairs, Philip and Monk, David and Preston, Sean and Pugh, Stirling and Smart, Howard and Soliman, Ashraf and Isaacs, Peter and Aldulaimi, David and Trudgill, Nigel and Teare, Julian and Benhamida, Abduljalil and Bell, Andrew and Boulton-Jones, Robert and Daneshmend, Tawfique and Suzuki, Hisaharu and Cullen, Sue and Fitzgerald, Rebecca and Ransford, Rupert and Rahman, Mohammad Mesbahur and Tebala, Giovanni Domenico and Hallissey, Michael and Kelly, Carrie and Kelly, Sean and Hickish, Tamas and Taha, Ali and Rademaker, Johan and Whitehead, Mark and Phull, Perminder and Sharma, Naveen and Perry, Ian and Sankara-Raman, Vankatraman and Ali, Haythem and Khan, Iqbal and Curtis, Howard and Wadley, Martin and Stone, Adam and Sukumaran, Sumesh and Higham, Andrew and Lewis, Stephen and Haycock, Adam and Usselmann, Bernhard and Tham, Tony and Campbell, Stewart and Douds, Andrew and Dunn, Jason and Sargeant, Ian and Narain, Mark and Maynard, Nick and Chilton, Andrew and Green, Susi and Loft, Duncan and Decadt, Bart and Mendall, Michael and ... and AspECT Trial Team
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 08/2018, Volume 392, Issue 10145, pp. 400 - 408
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by Cordell, Heather J and Han, Younghun and Mells, George F and Li, Yafang and Hirschfield, Gideon M and Greene, Casey S and Xie, Gang and Juran, Brian D and Zhu, Dakai and Qian, David C and Floyd, James A. B and Morley, Katherine I and Prati, Daniele and Lleo, Ana and Cusi, Daniele and Gershwin, M. Eric and Anderson, Carl A and Lazaridis, Konstantinos N and Invernizzi, Pietro and Seldin, Michael F and Sandford, Richard N and Amos, Christopher I and Siminovitch, Katherine A and Schlicht, Erik M and Lammert, Craig and Atkinson, Elizabeth J and Chan, Landon L and De Andrade, Mariza and Balschun, Tobias and Mason, Andrew L and Myers, Robert P and Zhang, Jinyi and Milkiewicz, Piotr and Qu, Jia and Odin, Joseph A and Luketic, Velimir A and Bacon, Bruce R and Bodenheimer, Henry C and Liakina, Valentina and Vincent, Catherine and Levy, Cynthia and Gregersen, Peter K and Almasio, Piero L and Alvaro, Domenico and Andreone, Pietro and Andriulli, Angelo and Barlassina, Cristina and Battezzati, Pier Maria and Benedetti, Antonio and Bernuzzi, Francesca and Bianchi, Ilaria and Bragazzi, Maria Consiglia and Brunetto, Maurizia and Bruno, Savino and Casella, Giovanni and Coco, Barbara and Colli, Agostino and Colombo, Massimo and Colombo, Silvia and Cursaro, Carmela and Crocè, Lory Saveria and Crosignani, Andrea and Donato, Maria Francesca and Elia, Gianfranco and Fabris, Luca and Ferrari, Carlo and Floreani, Annarosa and Foglieni, Barbara and Fontana, Rosanna and Galli, Andrea and Lazzari, Roberta and Macaluso, Fabio and Malinverno, Federica and Marra, Fabio and Marzioni, Marco and Mattalia, Alberto and Montanari, Renzo and Morini, Lorenzo and Morisco, Filomena and Mousa Hani, S and Muratori, Luigi and Muratori, Paolo and Niro, Grazia A and Palmieri, Vincenzo O and Picciotto, Antonio and Podda, Mauro and Portincasa, Piero and Ronca, Vincenzo and Rosina, Floriano and Rossi, Sonia and Sogno, Ilaria and Spinzi, Giancarlo and Spreafico, Marta and Strazzabosco, Mario and Tarallo, Sonia and Tarocchi, Mirko and Tiribelli, Claudio and Toniutto, Pierluigi and Vinci, Maria and Zuin, Massimo and ... and Canadian-US PBC Consortium and Italian PBC Genetics Study Grp and UK-PBC Consortium and Italian PBC Genetics Study Group
Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 09/2015, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 8019 - 8019
Primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC) is a classical autoimmune liver disease for which effective immunomodulatory therapy is lacking. Here we perform meta-analyses... 
GENOTYPES | POPULATION | ELEMENTS | IMPUTATION | VARIANTS | DATABASE | SERVER | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | SUSCEPTIBILITY LOCI | TRAITS | ASSOCIATION | Liver Cirrhosis, Biliary - genetics | Genome-Wide Association Study | Humans | Index Medicus
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by Carbone, Marco and Sharp, Stephen J and Flack, Steve and Paximadas, Dimitrios and Spiess, Kelly and Adgey, Carolyn and Griffiths, Laura and Lim, Reyna and Trembling, Paul and Williamson, Kate and Wareham, Nick J and Aldersley, Mark and Bathgate, Andrew and Burroughs, Andrew K and Heneghan, Michael A and Neuberger, James M and Thorburn, Douglas and Hirschfield, Gideon M and Cordell, Heather J and Alexander, Graeme J and Jones, David E.J and Sandford, Richard N and Mells, George F and Jones, David and Kirby, John and Hirschfield, Gideon and Alexander, Graeme and Sandford, Richard and Taylor‐Robinson, Simon and Ch'ng, Chin Lye and Rahman, Mesbah and Yapp, Tom and Sturgess, Richard and Healey, Christopher and Czajkowski, Marek and Gunasekera, Anton and Gyawali, Pranab and Premchand, Purushothaman and Kapur, Kapil and Marley, Richard and Foster, Graham and Watson, Alan and Dias, Aruna and Subhani, Javaid and Harvey, Rory and McCorry, Roger and Ramanaden, David and Gasem, Jaber and Evans, Richard and Mathialahan, Thiriloganathan and Shorrock, Christopher and Lipscomb, George and Southern, Paul and Tibble, Jeremy and Gorard, David and Palegwala, Altaf and Jones, Susan and Dawwas, Mohamed and Dolwani, Sunil and Prince, Martin and Foxton, Matthew and Elphick, David and Mitchison, Harriet and Gooding, Ian and Karmo, Mazn and Saksena, Sushma and Mendall, Mike and Patel, Minesh and Ede, Roland and Austin, Andrew and Sayer, Joanna and Hankey, Lorraine and Hovell, Christopher and Fisher, Neil and Carter, Martyn and Koss, Konrad and Piotrowicz, Andrzej and Grimley, Charles and Neal, David and Lim, Guan and Levi, Sass and Ala, Aftab and Broad, Andrea and Saeed, Athar and Wood, Gordon and Brown, Jonathan and Wilkinson, Mark and Gordon, Harriet and Ramage, John and Ridpath, Jo and Ngatchu, Theodore and Grover, Bob and Shaukat, Syed and Shidrawi, Ray and Abouda, George and Ali, Faiz and Rees, Ian and Salam, Imroz and Narain, Mark and Brown, Ashley and ... and UK-PBC Consortium
Hepatology, ISSN 0270-9139, 03/2016, Volume 63, Issue 3, pp. 930 - 950
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 01/2018, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp. e0190600 - e0190600
Background Crohn's disease (CD) has traditionally been associated with weight loss and low BMI, yet paradoxically obesity has recently been suggested as a risk... 
OBESITY | CROHNS-DISEASE | WEIGHT | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | Body mass index | Obesity | Inflammatory bowel diseases | Crohn's disease | Diagnosis | Health aspects | Risk factors | Nutrition | Splines | Body weight | Health risks | Population studies | Body weight loss | Risk analysis | Pregnancy | Inflammatory bowel disease | Body mass | Intestine | Body size | Underweight | Age | Ulcerative colitis | Index Medicus
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DIGESTIVE DISEASES AND SCIENCES, ISSN 0163-2116, 04/2016, Volume 61, Issue 4, pp. 1148 - 1157
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American Journal of Gastroenterology, ISSN 0002-9270, 05/2018, Volume 113, Issue 5, pp. 694 - 701
BACKGROUND: The increasing incidence of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in western countries has led to the hypothesis that obesity-related inflammation could... 
SYSTEM | REGISTER | OBESITY | CROHNS-DISEASE | ULCERATIVE-COLITIS | LMS METHOD | GASTROENTEROLOGY & HEPATOLOGY | DANISH | Inflammatory bowel disease | Body mass index | Hypotheses | Health risk assessment
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