36 papers found
Analysis of DNA methylation associates the cystine–glutamate antiporter SLC7A11 with risk of Parkinson’s disease
The complete mitochondrial genome of Africa's largest freshwater copepod, Lovenula raynerae
Improving genetic prediction by leveraging genetic correlations among human diseases and traits
GWAS of epigenetic aging rates in blood reveals a critical role for TERT
Genetic correlations reveal the shared genetic architecture of transcription in human peripheral blood
Genome-wide association analyses identify new risk variants and the genetic architecture of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Across-cohort QC analyses of GWAS summary statistics from complex traits.
Genetic variance estimation with imputed variants finds negligible missing heritability for human height and body mass index
Genetic and environmental exposures constrain epigenetic drift over the human life course
Response to Browning and Browning.
Introduction: Population genetics, quantitative genetics and animal improvement: Papers in honour of William (Bill) Hill
Mapping of multiple quantitative trait loci for growth and carcass traits in a complex commercial sheep pedigree.
Mapping of quantitative trait loci for growth and carcass traits in commercial sheep populations.
Apolipoprotein E Gene Variability and Cognitive Functions at Age 79: A Follow-Up of the Scottish Mental Survey of 1932.
Quantitative trait loci variation for growth and obesity between and within lines of pigs (Sus scrofa).
Estimation of linkage disequilibrium in a sample of the United Kingdom dairy cattle population using unphased genotypes.
Analyses for the Presence of a Major Gene Affecting Uterine Capacity in Unilaterally Ovariectomized Rabbits
A genome scan for quantitative trait loci in a wild population of red deer (Cervus elaphus).
Genetic studies of bipolar affective disorder in large families
Mapping quantitative trait loci in complex pedigrees: a two-step variance component approach.
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