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Strong linkage on 2q33.3 to familial early-onset generalized osteoarthritis and a consideration of two positional candidate genes
High Microsatellite and SNP Genotyping Success Rates Established in a Large Number of Genomic DNA Samples Extracted From Mouth Swabs and Genotypes
Urinary CTX‐II levels are associated with radiographic subtypes of osteoarthritis in hip, knee, hand, and facet joints in subject with familial osteoarthritis at multiple sites: the GARP study
Genetics of Human Aging: The Search for Genes Contributing to Human Longevity and Diseases of the Old
Association of matrilin‐3 polymorphisms with spinal disc degeneration and osteoarthritis of the first carpometacarpal joint of the hand
Genome wide screen of osteoarthritis at multiple joint sites in Dutch sibpairs.
Genetic linkage analysis of osteoarthritis at multiple joint sites in Dutch sibpairs
Replication in genetic association studies: Comment on the editorial by Spector et al
Innate production of tumor necrosis factor-alpha and interleukin-10 upon lipopolysaccharide stimulation are associated with radiological progression of knee osteoarthritis.
Biochemical markers are associated with radiographic subtypes of osteoarthritis (OA) in subject with familial oa at multiple sites. The GARP study
Eating Disorders: From Twin Studies to Candidate Genes and Beyond
Association of the Frizzled-related protein gene with symptomatic osteoarthritis at multiple sites
Association of the risk of osteoarthritis with high innate production of interleukin-1 beta and low innate production of interleukin-10 ex vivo, upon lipopolysaccharide stimulation
Human cytokine response to ex vivo amyloid-beta stimulation is mediated by genetic factors
UCTX-II levels are influenced by radiographic osteoarthritis (OA) in hip, knee, hand, and facet joints in sibling pairs with familial OA at multiple sites. The GARP study
Evidence for a role of the genomic region of the gene encoding for the alpha 1 chain of type IX collagen (COL9A1) in hip osteoarthritis - A population-based study
Accuracy of haplotype association studies is enhanced by increasing number of polymorphic loci examined: comment on the article by Meulenbelt et al - Reply
Evidence for familial aggregation of hand, hip, and spine but not knee osteoarthritis in siblings with multiple joint involvement: the GARP study
Insulin-like growth factor I gene promoter polymorphism, collagen type II alpha 1 (COL2A1) gene, and the prevalence of radiographic osteoarthritis: the Rotterdam Study
Cross sectional evaluation of biochemical markers of bone and cartilage metabolism in sibling pairs with familial OA at multiple sites. The GARP study
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