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PLoS genetics, ISSN 1553-7404, 2017, Volume 13, Issue 4, p. e1006711
Heritability estimation provides important information about the relative contribution of genetic and environmental factors to phenotypic variation, and provides an upper bound for the utility... 
REGRESSION | BODY-SIZE | GENETIC VARIANCE | GENETICS & HEREDITY | ELECTRONIC MEDICAL-RECORDS | MISSING HERITABILITY | LINKAGE | HEIGHT | BLOOD-PRESSURE | ENVIRONMENTAL-INFLUENCES | TWIN | Genome-Wide Association Study | Quantitative Trait, Heritable | Blood Pressure - genetics | Humans | Middle Aged | Genetic Diseases, Inborn | Male | United Kingdom | Sex Characteristics | Gene-Environment Interaction | Social Class | Phenotype | Biological Specimen Banks | Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide - genetics | Adult | Female | Aged | Heritability | Research | Genetic variation | Multifactorial traits | Bioengineering | Colleges & universities | Social factors | Single-nucleotide polymorphism | Information dissemination | Incidence | Demographic variables | Body mass index | Fertility | Genetics | Blood pressure | Translation | Data acquisition | Phenotypic variations | Heredity | Anatomy | Studies | Computer memory | Neurology | Genetic variance | Hospitals | Reviews | DNA microarrays | Genotyping | Body mass | Socioeconomic factors | Twins | Neuroimaging | Biotechnology | Populations | Linkage disequilibrium | Genomes | Variance | Population | Mathematical models | Computational efficiency | Age | Biomedical engineering | Medical imaging | Statistical analysis | Citation analysis | Socio-economic aspects | Principal components analysis | Data processing | Environmental factors | Genetic diversity | Grants | Statistics | Estimates | Medicine | Formulas (mathematics)
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Nature communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 11/2016, Volume 7, Issue 1, p. 13291
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PLoS genetics, ISSN 1553-7404, 2013, Volume 9, Issue 5, p. e1003520
Important knowledge about the determinants of complex human phenotypes can be obtained from the estimation of heritability, the fraction of phenotypic variation in a population that is determined by genetic factors... 
HEART | GENETIC-VARIATION | ASSUMPTION | GENETICS & HEREDITY | MISSING HERITABILITY | HEIGHT | DESCENT | ASSOCIATION | GENOME | TWIN | AGE | Genetic Variation | Phenotype | Humans | Genotype | Heredity | Models, Genetic | Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide | Genealogy and Heraldry | Iceland | Quantitative Trait Loci - genetics | Siblings | Quantitative genetics | Epigenetic inheritance | Genealogy | Research | Studies | Genotype & phenotype | Liability | Genetics | Cardiovascular disease | Genomes | Estimates | Methods
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by Davis, Lea K and Yu, Dongmei and Keenan, Clare L and Gamazon, Eric R and Konkashbaev, Anuar I and Derks, Eske M and Neale, Benjamin M and Yang, Jian and Lee, S. Hong and Evans, Patrick and Barr, Cathy L and Bellodi, Laura and Benarroch, Fortu and Berrio, Gabriel Bedoya and Bienvenu, Oscar J and Bloch, Michael H and Blom, Rianne M and Bruun, Ruth D and Budman, Cathy L and Camarena, Beatriz and Campbell, Desmond and Cappi, Carolina and Cardona Silgado, Julio C and Cath, Danielle C and Cavallini, Maria C and Chavira, Denise A and Chouinard, Sylvain and Conti, David V and Cook, Edwin H and Coric, Vladimir and Cullen, Bernadette A and Deforce, Dieter and Delorme, Richard and Dion, Yves and Edlund, Christopher K and Egberts, Karin and Falkai, Peter and Fernandez, Thomas V and Gallagher, Patience J and Garrido, Helena and Geller, Daniel and Girard, Simon L and Grabe, Hans J and Grados, Marco A and Greenberg, Benjamin D and Gross-Tsur, Varda and Haddad, Stephen and Heiman, Gary A and Hemmings, Sian M. J and Hounie, Ana G and Illmann, Cornelia and Jankovic, Joseph and Jenike, Michael A and Kennedy, James L and King, Robert A and Kremeyer, Barbara and Kurlan, Roger and Lanzagorta, Nuria and Leboyer, Marion and Leckman, James F and Lennertz, Leonhard and Liu, Chunyu and Lochner, Christine and Lowe, Thomas L and Macciardi, Fabio and McCracken, James T and McGrath, Lauren M and Mesa Restrepo, Sandra C and Moessner, Rainald and Morgan, Jubel and Muller, Heike and Murphy, Dennis L and Naarden, Allan L and Ochoa, William Cornejo and Ophoff, Roel A and Osiecki, Lisa and Pakstis, Andrew J and Pato, Michele T and Pato, Carlos N and Piacentini, John and Pittenger, Christopher and Pollak, Yehuda and Rauch, Scott L and Renner, Tobias J and Reus, Victor I and Richter, Margaret A and Riddle, Mark A and Robertson, Mary M and Romero, Roxana and Rosàrio, Maria C and Rosenberg, David and Rouleau, Guy A and Ruhrmann, Stephan and Ruiz-Linares, Andres and Sampaio, Aline S and Samuels, Jack and Sandor, Paul and Sheppard, Brooke and Singer, Harvey S and Smit, Jan H and ...
PLoS genetics, ISSN 1553-7404, 2013, Volume 9, Issue 10, p. e1003864
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