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Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 2017, Volume 49, Issue 11, pp. 1584 - 1592
Persistent insomnia is among the most frequent complaints in general practice. To identify genetic factors for insomnia complaints, we performed a genome-wide... 
SLEEP DISTURBANCE | HUMAN HEIGHT | POPULATION | METAANALYSIS | RESTLESS LEGS SYNDROME | MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION | VARIANTS | GENETICS & HEREDITY | SEX-DIFFERENCES | PERSISTENT INSOMNIA | EPIDEMIOLOGY | Humans | Type D Personality | Male | Educational Status | Genetic Loci | Gene Regulatory Networks | Restless Legs Syndrome - genetics | Restless Legs Syndrome - metabolism | Adult | Female | Quality of Life - psychology | Neoplasm Proteins - genetics | Sleep Initiation and Maintenance Disorders - metabolism | Gene Expression | Genetic Predisposition to Disease | Genome-Wide Association Study | Restless Legs Syndrome - physiopathology | Gene Frequency | Chromosome Mapping | Homeodomain Proteins - genetics | Protein Interaction Mapping | Restless Legs Syndrome - psychology | Alleles | Sex Factors | Sleep Initiation and Maintenance Disorders - genetics | Sleep Initiation and Maintenance Disorders - physiopathology | Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide | Myeloid Ecotropic Viral Integration Site 1 Protein | Genome, Human | Sleep Initiation and Maintenance Disorders - psychology | Care and treatment | Genome-wide association studies | Insomnia | Development and progression | Genotype | Genetic aspects | Health aspects | Methods | Legs | Psychological factors | Genes | Association analysis | Gender differences | Genomes | Metabolism | Loci | Independent sample | Studies | Restless legs syndrome | Sleep disorders | Pleiotropy | Sexes | Genetic factors | Bioinformatics
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by Wójtowicz, Agnieszka and Lecompte, T. Doco and Bibert, Stephanie and Manuel, Oriol and Rüeger, Sina and Berger, Christoph and Boggian, Katia and Cusini, Alexia and Garzoni, Christian and Hirsch, Hans and Khanna, Nina and Mueller, Nicolas J and Meylan, Pascal R and Pascual, Manuel and Van Delden, Christian and Bochud, Pierre-Yves and Achermann, Rita and Aubert, John-David and Baumann, Philippe and Beldi, Guido and Benden, Christian and Binet, Isabelle and Boely, Elsa and Bucher, Heiner and Bühler, Leo and Carell, Thierry and Catana, Emmanuelle and Chalandon, Yves and De Geest, Sabina and De Rougemont, Olivier and Dickenmann, Michael and Duchosal, Michel and Fehr, Thomas and Ferrari-Lacraz, Sylvie and Gasche, Yvan and Soccal, Paola Gasche and Giostra, Emiliano and Golshayan, Dla and Good, Daniel and Hadaya, Karine and Hess, Christoph and Hillinger, Sven and Hirsch, Hans H and Hofbauer, Günther and Huynh-Do, Uyen and Immer, Franz and Klaghofer, Richard and Koller, Michael and Kuntzen, Thomas and Laesser, Bettina and Lehmann, Roger and Lovis, Christian and Marti, Hans-Peter and Martin, Pierre Yves and Mohacsi, Paul and Morard, Isabelle and Morel, Philippe and Mueller, Ulrike and Mueller-Mckenna, Helen and Müller, Thomas and Müllhaupt, Beat and Nadal, David and Nair, Gayathri and Passweg, Jakob and Ziegler, Chantal Piot and Rick, Juliane and Roosnek, Eddy and Rosselet, Anne and Rothlin, Silvia and Ruschitzka, Frank and Schanz, Urs and Schaub, Stefan and Seiler, Christian and Semmo, Nasser and Stampf, Susanne and Steiger, Jürg and Toso, Christian and Tsinalis, Dimitri and Venetz, Jean-Pierre and Villard, Jean and Wick, Madeleine and Wilhelm, Markus and Yerly, Patrick and Swiss Transplant Cohort Study
Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 08/2015, Volume 61, Issue 4, pp. 619 - 622
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by Leboeuf, C and Wilk, S and Achermann, R and Binet, I and Golshayan, D and Hadaya, K and Hirzel, C and Hoffmann, M and Huynh‐Do, U and Koller, M. T and Manuel, O and Mueller, N. J and Mueller, T. F and Schaub, S and Delden, C and Weissbach, F. H and Hirsch, H. H and Amico, Patrizia and Aubert, John‐David and Banz, Vanessa and Beldi, Guido and Benden, Christian and Berger, Christoph and Bochud, Pierre‐Yves and Bucher, Heiner and Bühler, Leo and Carell, Thierry and Catana, Emmanuelle and Chalandon, Yves and Geest, Sabina and Rougemont, Olivier and Dickenmann, Michael and Duchosal, Michel and Elkrief, Laure and Fehr, Thomas and Ferrari‐Lacraz, Sylvie and Garzoni, Christian and Soccal, Paola Gasche and Gaudet, Christophe and Giostra, Emiliano and Halter, Jörg and Heim, Dominik and Hess, Christoph and Hillinger, Sven and Hofbauer, Günther and Immer, Franz and Klaghofer, Richard and Laesser, Bettina and Lehmann, Roger and Lovis, Christian and Marti, Hans‐Peter and Martin, Pierre Yves and Meylan, Pascal and Mohacsi, Paul and Morel, Philippe and Mueller, Ulrike and Mueller‐McKenna, Helen and Müller, Antonia and Müller, Thomas and Müllhaupt, Beat and Nadal, David and Pascual, Manuel and Passweg, Jakob and Rick, Juliane and Roosnek, Eddy and Rosselet, Anne and Rothlin, Silvia and Ruschitzka, Frank and Schanz, Urs and Schnyder, Aurelia and Seiler, Christian and Stampf, Susanne and Steiger, Jürg and Stirnimann, Guido and Toso, Christian and Venetz, Jean‐Pierre and Villard, Jean and Wick, Madeleine and Wilhelm, Markus and Yerly, Patrick and Swiss Transplant Cohort Study and the Swiss Transplant Cohort Study
American Journal of Transplantation, ISSN 1600-6135, 10/2017, Volume 17, Issue 10, pp. 2591 - 2600
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by Golshayan, Déla and Wójtowicz, Agnieszka and Bibert, Stéphanie and Pyndiah, Nitisha and Manuel, Oriol and Binet, Isabelle and Buhler, Leo H and Huynh-Do, Uyen and Mueller, Nicolas J and Mueller, Ulrike and Mueller, Thomas and Steiger, Jürg and Pascual, Manuel and Meylan, Pascal and Bochud, Pierre-Yves and Achermann, Rita and Aubert, John-David and Baumann, Philippe and Beldi, Guido and Benden, Christian and Berger, Christoph and Boely, Elsa and Bucher, Heiner and Bühler, Leo and Carell, Thierry and Catana, Emmanuelle and Chalandon, Yves and de Geest, Sabina and de Rougemont, Olivier and Dickenmann, Michael and Duchosal, Michel and Fehr, Thomas and Ferrari-Lacraz, Sylvie and Garzoni, Christian and Gasche, Yvan and Soccal, Paola Gasche and Giostra, Emiliano and Good, Daniel and Hadaya, Karine and Hess, Christoph and Hillinger, Sven and Hirsch, Hans H and Hofbauer, Günther and Immer, Franz and Klaghofer, Richard and Koller, Michael and Kuntzen, Thomas and Laesser, Bettina and Lehmann, Roger and Lovis, Christian and Marti, Hans-Peter and Martin, Pierre Yves and Mohacsi, Paul and Morard, Isabelle and Morel, Philippe and Mueller-McKenna, Helen and Müller, Thomas and Müllhaupt, Beat and Nadal, David and Nair, Gayathri and Passweg, Jakob and Piot Ziegler, Chantal and Rick, Juliane and Roosnek, Eddy and Rosselet, Anne and Rothlin, Silvia and Ruschitzka, Frank and Schanz, Urs and Schaub, Stefan and Seiler, Christian and Semmo, Nasser and Stampf, Susanne and Toso, Christian and Tsinalis, Dimitri and Van Delden, Christian and Venetz, Jean-Pierre and Villard, Jean and Wick, Madeleine and Wilhelm, Markus and Yerly, Patrick and Swiss Transplant Cohort Study
Kidney International, ISSN 0085-2538, 04/2016, Volume 89, Issue 4, pp. 927 - 938
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by Cusini, A and Béguelin, C and Stampf, S and Boggian, K and Garzoni, C and Koller, M and Manuel, O and Meylan, P and Mueller, N. J and Hirsch, H. H and Weisser, M and Berger, C and Delden, C and Achermann, Rita and Amico, Patrizia and Aubert, John‐David and Banz, Vanessa and Beldi, Guido and Benden, Christian and Binet, Isabelle and Bochud, Pierre‐Yves and Bucher, Heiner and Bühler, Leo and Carell, Thierry and Catana, Emmanuelle and Chalandon, Yves and Geest, Sabina and Rougemont, Olivier and Dickenmann, Michael and Duchosal, Michel and Elkrief, Laure and Fehr, Thomas and Ferrari‐Lacraz, Sylvie and Gasche Soccal, Paola and Gaudet, Christophe and Giostra, Emiliano and Golshayan, Déla and Hadaya, Karine and Halter, Jörg and Heim, Dominik and Hess, Christoph and Hillinger, Sven and Hofbauer, Günther and Huynh‐Do, Uyen and Immer, Franz and Klaghofer, Richard and Laesser, Bettina and Lehmann, Roger and Lovis, Christian and Marti, Hans‐Peter and Martin, Pierre Yves and Mohacsi, Paul and Morel, Philippe and Mueller, Ulrike and Mueller‐McKenna, Helen and Müller, Antonia and Müller, Thomas and Müllhaupt, Beat and Nadal, David and Pascual, Manuel and Passweg, Jakob and Rick, Juliane and Roosnek, Eddy and Rosselet, Anne and Rothlin, Silvia and Ruschitzka, Frank and Schanz, Urs and Schaub, Stefan and Schnyder, Aurelia and Seiler, Christian and Steiger, Jürg and Stirnimann, Guido and Toso, Christian and Venetz, Jean‐Pierre and Villard, Jean and Wick, Madeleine and Wilhelm, Markus and Yerly, Patrick and Swiss Transplant Cohort Study
American Journal of Transplantation, ISSN 1600-6135, 07/2018, Volume 18, Issue 7, pp. 1745 - 1754
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by Muller, Yannick D and Vionnet, Julien and Beyeler, Franziska and Eigenmann, Philippe and Caubet, Jean‐Christoph and Villard, Jean and Berney, Thierry and Scherer, Kathrin and Spertini, Francois and Peter Fricker, Michael and Lang, Claudia and Schmid‐Grendelmeier, Peter and Benden, Christian and Roux Lombard, Pascale and Aubert, Vincent and Immer, Franz and Pascual, Manuel and Harr, Thomas and Amico, Patrizia and Aubert, John‐David and Banz, Vanessa and Beldi, Guido and Benden, Christian and Berger, Christoph and Binet, Isabelle and Bochud, Pierre‐Yves and Branca, Sanda and Bucher, Heiner and Carell, Thierry and Catana, Emmanuelle and Chalandon, Yves and Geest, Sabina and Rougemont, Olivier and Dickenmann, Michael and Duchosal, Michel and Elkrief, Laure and Fehr, Thomas and Ferrari‐Lacraz, Sylvie and Garzoni, Christian and Gasche Soccal, Paola and Gaudet, Christophe and Giostra, Emiliano and Golshayan, Déla and Hadaya, Karine and Halter, Jörg and Hauri, Dimitri and Heim, Dominik and Hess, Christoph and Hillinger, Sven and Hirsch, Hans H and Hofbauer, Günther and Huynh‐Do, Uyen and Immer, Franz and Klaghofer, Richard and Koller, Michael and Laesser, Bettina and Laube, Guido and Lehmann, Roger and Lovis, Christian and Majno, Pietro and Manuel, Oriol and Marti, Hans‐Peter and Yves Martin, Pierre and Martinelli, Michele and Meylan, Pascal and Morel, Philippe and Mueller, Nicolas J and Müller, Antonia and Müller, Thomas and Müllhaupt, Beat and Pascual, Manuel and Passweg, Jakob and Posfay‐Barbe, Klara and Rick, Juliane and Roosnek, Eddy and Rosselet, Anne and Rothlin, Silvia and Ruschitzka, Frank and Schanz, Urs and Schaub, Stefan and Schnyder, Aurelia and Seiler, Christian and Sprachta, Jan and Stampf, Susanne and Steiger, Jürg and Stirnimann, Guido and Toso, Christian and Van Delden, Christian and Venetz, Jean‐Pierre and Villard, Jean and Wick, Madeleine and Wilhelm, Markus and Yerly, Patrick and The Swiss Transplant Cohort Study
American Journal of Transplantation, ISSN 1600-6135, 09/2019
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by Martin‐Gandul, C and Stampf, S and Héquet, D and Mueller, N. J and Cusini, A and Delden, C and Khanna, N and Boggian, K and Hirzel, C and Soccal, P and Hirsch, H. H and Pascual, M and Meylan, P and Manuel, O and Achermann, Rita and Amico, Patrizia and Aubert, John‐David and Baumann, Philippe and Beldi, Guido and Benden, Christian and Berger, Christoph and Binet, Isabelle and Bochud, Pierre‐Yves and Boely, Elsa and Bucher, Heiner and Bühler, Leo and Carell, Thierry and Catana, Emmanuelle and Chalandon, Yves and Geest, Sabina and Rougemont, Olivier and Dickenmann, Michael and Duchosal, Michel and Elkrief, Laure and Fehr, Thomas and Ferrari‐Lacraz, Sylvie and Garzoni, Christian and Gaudet, Christophe and Giostra, Emiliano and Golshayan, Déla and Hadaya, Karine and Halter, Jörg and Heim, Dominik and Hess, Christoph and Hillinger, Sven and Hofbauer, Günther and Huynh‐Do, Uyen and Immer, Franz and Klaghofer, Richard and Koller, Michael and Laesser, Bettina and Lehmann, Roger and Lovis, Christian and Marti, Hans‐Peter and Yves Martin, Pierre and Martinolli, Luca and Mohacsi, Paul and Morel, Philippe and Mueller, Ulrike and Mueller‐McKenna, Helen and Müller, Antonia and Müller, Thomas and Müllhaupt, Beat and Nadal, David and Passweg, Jakob and Piot Ziegler, Chantal and Rick, Juliane and Roosnek, Eddy and Rosselet, Anne and Rothlin, Silvia and Ruschitzka, Frank and Schanz, Urs and Schaub, Stefan and Schnyder, Aurelia and Seiler, Christian and Steiger, Jürg and Stirnimann, Guido and Toso, Christian and Venetz, Jean‐Pierre and Villard, Jean and Wick, Madeleine and Wilhelm, Markus and Yerly, Patrick and Swiss Transplant Cohort Study STCS and Swiss Transplant Cohort Study (STCS)
American Journal of Transplantation, ISSN 1600-6135, 07/2017, Volume 17, Issue 7, pp. 1813 - 1822
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Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, ISSN 0009-9236, 08/2018, Volume 104, Issue 2, pp. 317 - 325
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PLoS one, ISSN 1932-6203, 2017, Volume 12, Issue 4, Art. e0175161, pp. 17 - 12:4, Art. e0175161<17
Background Return to work with or after a chronic disease is a dynamic process influenced by a variety of interactions between personal, work, societal and... 
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